Advice to Future Celts
June 15, 2016 By:Hunter Watson
High school has many similarities and many differences from Middle School. Classes get harder, study times get longer and hallways get crowded. What is true is that you need to put all your effort in every class.
McNary has many opportunities and everyone should take advantage. We offer many sports, clubs, and college credit classes. McNary encourages every student to be involved in at least one extracurricular.
The following Freshmen have tips for the incoming freshmen class.
Karen Lozoya was involved in AVID, Latino Club, and Soccer. She recommends every student to explore the different clubs or sports out there so they could branch out. She highly suggests incoming freshmen to not fool or procrastinate around their freshmen year!
“Hardest transition would be having 8 periods of class that would take 1 hour and 30 minutes long instead of 6 classes.”
Fernando Barrera recommends to not slack off even when your friends do. He said it is hard to get used to making new friends but t is important to come out of your comfort zone.
“Don’t skip because believe it or not, it will affect you.”
Ivan Rios, a Varsity soccer player, said to take school serious. Ivan recommends every student to join a sport.
“Go to class. High school is serious not like Middle school.”
Kate Bomar also believes that the harder part is to make new friends. She also said to enjoy your freshman year above the influence.
“There is definitely more people and bigger classes.”
Taylor Walker recommends freshmen to stay on top of everything and to not fall behind. She mentioned that in Middle school there was hardly any homework but in High School there will be more. She said there will be a lot more homework, harder classes, and harder tests.
“Whatever you do, don’t get caught up in the wrong crowd.”