We will rule you
17th August 2007
so all the seniors in my school graduated today making all the juniors (which includes me) take their place. so I have a question, how should I spend my senior year? I've mostly been the guy who you most likely wouldn't notice in a crowd so I want to do some things that will make my last year in high school a little more exciting.
18th November 2004
Whatever you do, make sure you keep up with your classes. "Senioritis" will set in at some point, but you have to fight it. I've seen people succumb to it, and it's not pretty. =p
But on the other hand...you've pretty much made it. You'll find out soon enough what universities you've gotten into, so take it a little easy. No sense pushing yourself too far. :)
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15th March 2005
I had senioritis my junior year. Senior year was fun, though. In reality, though, high school is fairly lame compared to college. =p
I LOVE TRUMP
9th September 2007
I've been a senior since January, and it's actually pretty cool, I mostly just study the subjects I want, and I'm still getting good scores on tests, so I couldn't be happier. Especially since I've got a job to look forward to after graduation :)
"I'd shush her zephyr." ~ Zephyr.
I would die without GF
8th October 2006
Enjoy yourself. Just aim to have fun. It's important to not fall too far behind, but if you just study then in my books you've wasted the year. If you guys choose the classes you take, then you should have chosen classes you like and/or are really good in, so either way it's going to be an easy year; just focus on enjoying what you've chosen.
At our school we were on pretty good terms with the teachers so in our last year we basically did whatever we wanted. I only went to about half my physics classes, the rest of the time I spent walking around the school or hanging out with friends who had study periods. None of the teachers really cared. Show up to class late? That's okay, just take a seat. Didn't come to class? That's alright too, as long as you show up some of the time. Left early the other day? Meh. It was brilliant.
Also, go out lots. The Ball (if you have one), random parties, poker nights, whatever. If nobody knows you, try get to know some of the people that always get invited to that sort of thing and go along a few times. If you don't like them or the atmosphere, try someone else. I'm sure you'll find a group of people you'll be happy to spend time away from school with.
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
I'm unfamiliar with all this senior/junior class/year thingy... For me all the classes in highschool were pretty much the same. After the first two, three years or so you'd know most of the teachers and them you), and assuming you were a good boy/gal it was easy to see that they trusted you. Having said that, their attitude about being lat, not showing up etc. remained mostly the same. Some teachers never gave a damn about your homework ("copy it, don't do it at all, I don't care... you are the one that has to pass tests and exams... if you think you can do so without doing the homework or even reading the textbooks you're free to do so.."). While others would be quite difficult and show little tolerance.
shaken - not stirred
8th June 2009
Be the guy that comes up with or executes the senior prank.
We will rule you
17th August 2007
I was thinking about a senior prank, but I need to find something clever to do.
the senior prank this year was to shut off the power for like 3 minutes.
I didn't make it!
crisissuit3;5323345I was thinking about a senior prank, but I need to find something clever to do. the senior prank this year was to shut off the power for like 3 minutes.
Hmm, senior prank last year at my school, someone put super glue inside all the outside locks... They had to use blow torches and take the locks out to get back in.