During these past few weeks, students and teachers have been scheduling for next year. Now in its second year, students hadthe opportunity to listen to their older peers’ perspectives on classes and workloads, as well as what they wished they knew the previous year.
On Monday, March 2, and Tuesday, March 3, groups of advisories met in the science rooms, where juniors fielded endless questions about the Junior Speech, while the sophomores talked about the increased freedom and responsibility from the ninth-grade year. The seniors described the college process and applications and stressed taking classes that genuinely interested students instead of what they thought would look good on transcripts.
Students heard a variety of views on everything from extracurriculars to honors classes, leaving them more prepared going into next year.