Senior plans for college

Jordan Armstrong, Reporter

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During senior year, there are many things to think about, especially when graduation day arrives. Once seniors graduate they will start a whole new life as an independent adult, having to make many hard and difficult decisions. One of the most difficult times for seniors is to decide on a college, and what classes will be the best for their career path.

Senior Sydney Adkins considers what the campus lifestyle for college will be like.

“I believe it will be stressful, and it will be interesting to see how other students handle it. We’ve never had that kind of freedom before,” said Adkins.

Adkin’s knows how long she would like to spend in college and what she hopes to achieve.

“I would like to achieve a doctorate degree in the science field.” Said Adkins
“It would be best if I can get the highest degree,” stated Adkin’s.

Deciding how far to travel for a good college is a difficult decision and Adkin’s knows where she stands.

“I’ll go anywhere as long as I love the campus, and where tuition is descent,” said Adkins.

Many other seniors have already thought of plans after high school just like senior Samantha Rose, who believes that college will be completely different than in high school.

“Hopefully, college will be more organized, and laidback,” said Rose.

Rose has planned out what profession she wants and how long she is willing to work for it.

“I want to become a teacher and I’m willing to go through four years to get my degree,” said Rose.

It is never too early to start thinking about plans for after high school, and what colleges are best for your specific career path. The experience of college is entirely different than high school and most seniors are going to need as much help as they can get when going to a university for the first time.

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