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Part 1 of 5 What do you wish you knew as a freshman?

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Posted: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 12:00 am

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

From the Tokay High School campus:

My freshmen year, I wish I knew there was a bathroom in the cafeteria because I would spend half of lunch walking to the English bathroom. — Davis Nakashima

When I was a freshman, I wish I would’ve known how to tie a tie. — Kyle Rivers

One thing I wish I knew as a freshman was that getting a top locker is extremely helpful. — Erin Johnson

Something I wish I knew as a freshman is you don’t actually need a binder for every class. — Brooke Mahoney

One thing I wish I knew as a freshmen is that nobody actually gets trash canned! — Mireya Esparza

I wish I knew what La Campana was. — Jessica Shoemaker

As a freshman, I wish I knew that clubs are really fun and help enrich the high school experience. — Angelica Molina

When I was a freshman, I wish I knew how to balance my academics and sports life better. — Heather Beckwith

As a freshman I wish I would’ve known what a meathead is. (Note from Mr. Huiras, this makes sense to anyone that has ever had Roger Woo) — Taylor Franklin

When I was a freshman I wish I would’ve known how to talk my parents into letting me play sports. — Melissa Nguyen

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