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Part 4 of 5 What do you wish you knew as a freshman?

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Posted: Tuesday, March 4, 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 Bear Creek High School campus:

Change for P.E and make sure to stay on track your freshman year because later you will have to pay for it. — Sabrina Shehadeh

I wish I wasn’t so shy and been more involved in school activities. It would of made my freshman year more memorable. — Katelyn Stewart

I wish I wasn’t afraid to take risks because you lose out on certain oppurtunities when you’re afraid to try new things. — Mustafa Khan

Keep up with all assignments because one assignment can really mess you up and be sure not to slack off. — Kaylee Leon

Become friends with your teachers because you never know when you might need them. — Tieler Merel

(Don’t change who you are to fit in with people. Stay true to yourself. — Samantha Lujan

Your future depends on your 4 years of high school, make the best of it. — Enham Hanania

I wish I would’ve known then how bad I want to succeed in life now. Self motivation is everything. If you tell yourself you can do something, at that point nobody can stop you. You can do it. — Katura Popp

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