Guidlines for Freshmen

Everyone makes mistakes, but you don’t have to learn from your own! Most people would love to go back in time and change some of the things they did. Most people would go back to freshmen their freshman year and change some of the things they did. A lot of people want to help make it easier for freshmen by giving them some advice.


Everyone has made choices that they are not proud of. Thinking of what would be the better choice is hard, however it is important to put extra thought into your decisions.


”I would have made wiser choices,” said Sophomore Sammie Burandt.

Don’t go into High School thinking you have your friends picked out and the best friends by your side. Its about meeting new people and getting yourself out there. Sometimes your friends just don’t stay true to you. There is a lot of backstabbing and turning your back on those who you thought were your closest friends.


“Make sure you know your true friends because things happen,” said Freshmen Paul Bjork


Freshman classes are relatively easy starting classes, so starting with harder more advanced classes would be a better way to start. Also during your senior year you will not have to take harder classes and be able to take more electives.


“Take harder classes your freshman year,” said Junior Donnie Lind

Freshmen don’t know what to expect when they come to highschool for the first time. Watching tv doesn’t help when they show just the drama and violence at schools.


”It’s not like on TV, you don’t know what to expect,” said Junior Maverick Flesher

By: Alex Igolkin, Jacob Barry, Liz VanBergen

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