Seniors, Listen Up: Teachers Provide Advice

Sofia Marinac and Molly Swain

Seniors. It’s the last year of your Miramonte career. Although it may be tempting to watch Netflix all day and disregard your homework, keep in mind that the year has just begun and the first semester is the most important part. Need advice to help you move along? Here are some helpful tips from some of your teachers.

“Be like me, wait to get senioritis your first day of college. If you wait till then, it lasts four years. It’s awesome.”  -Manoa Koepp

“Seniors, you are going to get a lot of advice, from a lot of different people this year. Much of it will be conflicting. Listen to it all very carefully. Then, trust yourself and make up your own mind.” -Frank Reyherme

“It’s not over until the fat lady sings.” -Karl Kosciuch

“1. Do the right thing, even when no one’s looking. 2. Live intimately with the truth. 3. Make it count.” -Michael McAlister

“Enjoy the last, fleeting times when you will have all of your friends and family around you. Be the person you want to grow up to be.” -Mike Plant

“Have fun and enjoy your last year. Just remember to find a balance and don’t forget your academics.” -MaryAnne Whitaker

“Work hard and don’t slack off.” -Amy Krochmal

“Seek ye first the good things of the mind, and the rest will either be supplied or its loss will not be felt. -Sir Francis Bacon” -Xavier Frippiat

“Always focus on the big picture, and the details will take care of themselves.” -Paul Fitzgerald