Editor's note: See companion story "Back to school includes fresh paint, remodeled library, tougher juuling policy"
With the start of another school year, many HHS seniors have some advice for incoming freshmen.
“Don’t let other people tell you who you are.” -Mackenzie Perger
“Don’t stand and talk in the middle of the hallway. Get involved. Pick a club and just go for it.” -Georgia Perry
“Learn to walk fast. Walk with purpose!” -Gabriel Baker
“Take every opportunity. If you like someone, tell them! If you know the answer, raise your hand. If you’re interested in a club, sign up for it. Never let anything go to waste.” -anonymous
“Don’t goof off. Have fun, but take high school seriously.” -Disha Patel
“Make upperclassmen friends.” -Emily Williams
“Don’t be dumb. Enjoy the four years you’ll have because they really fly by fast.” -Abbey Lewis
“Learn the alma mater and the pep rally chants so you can participate more during the pep rallies” -Joe Schmitz
“Take as many honors classes as you can, and keep your GPA up.” -Sydney Irons
“Dress how you want to dress. What you wear is original, not weird. People will respect you for your differences.” -Maggie Redpath
“Make every day count. Only YOU can decide if you’ll have a good day.” -Ashley Whobrey
Report by Bailey Guy and Owen McClister