As important as learning and furthering your education is, enjoy the fun times and happiness at school.
Take risks and push yourself. My high school years were made special by the love and caring nature of my teachers.
They genuinely care for their students and want them to be the best they can possibly be. They pushed me outside of my comfort zone and I will always be grateful for that. For me, high school was uncertain—not a given. For students like me, the most taxing challenges are present outside of the classroom—not in it.
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Thank you Jill Borges for seeing that the exhaustion of the miles ran was nothing compared to the burden I carried when standing still. There are all the incredible teachers and administrators that I met, the friends I made, the trips with my AVID family and the yelling at football games on Friday nights. Try things out. Interested in coding but have never tried it out? robotics!
Want to work on your public speaking skills? Try speech! There are so many clubs and activities you should go to just to try things out for yourself and to meet new people. My inner growth and heightened comfort and confidence in my identity have made these past years ificant. My advice is to use your high school years to explore your identity and discover your interests. Question the world around you and seize opportunities to get involved, and you will gain confidence and discernment, while clarifying your values.
Make sure to take time for your personal well being and never forget to have fun.
By embracing this fearlessness, I found myself giving haircuts to the homeless and dissecting hearts in the CardioMed Club. Whether you find your calling in arts, business, STEM, or even haircutting, a place like Lynbrook offers a home and family to support you. When I first walked into MVHS as a freshman, I was set on preparing to become a doctor and following a goal-oriented, linear four years. I enjoyed hanging out with my friends during social outings on Fridays.
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If I could give any advice, I would say to enjoy your time in high school because you have so much help and support from your teachers. Also, take advantage of work experience opportunities because you can learn so many skills at different job sites.
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