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Part 2 of 4 What do you wish you knew as a freshman?

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Posted: Tuesday, February 18, 2014 12:00 am

The upperclassmen have composed a list of reflections for you. Check Learning Link weekly for this four part series!

From the Tokay High School campus:

Coming in as a freshman I wish I got involved in more clubs and sports to truly have the full high school experience. — Ruby Mata

What I wish I knew freshmen year would be don’t believe ‘boys’ when they say I love you! It easy to trick a freshmen girl into love. — Carlie Macellari

The amount of homework there is if you decide to take more advanced classes. — Cameron Rogero

To play as many sports as you can. — Bryce Graddy

Looking back on freshmen year, I wish I knew how to open a combination lock. — Kaitlyn Trujillo

I wish I knew my freshmen year that you can make friends that are in each grade — Kelse Depauli-Wiltse

Something I wish I knew my freshmen year is that appearance does matter! — Emmy Nava

When I was a freshman I wish I knew that the difference between an intelligent person and a normal person is hard work. — Patrick Cunningham

When I was a freshman I wish I knew that it’s ok to be different. — Maria Gomez

Looking back to my freshmen year I wish I had been more active in school- related events. — Prince Mehrok

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