It’s that time of year again. The air is crisp, the leaves are crunchy and your brand-new school supplies are fresh out of their packaging. And if you’re a high school senior?
The beginning of the school year is going to entail a whole lot more than classes and tests. Yep, we’re talking about college essays, scholarship applications and a serious case of senioritis. Whether you’re itching to take more specialized classes, sick of the social scene your high school has to offer (“Oh, a football game then burgers at Steak-n-Shake again?”) or simply ready for that so-called independence everyone talks about, feeling ready to experience some freedom is to be expected senior year.
“A lot of students try to bite off more than they can chew senior year.”
Alyson Cohen, therapist
But this feeling can lead to missing out on some awesome experiences and even not giving school your all when it really matters. That’s why we spoke to experts to find out the best ways to really savor that final year of high school. Because, take it from us: it only happens once.
Please click the link to read more: How to Enjoy Your Senior Year When You’re So Ready for College