Try hard in grade 11 and scholarships pay better than a job.
Don’t leave your work experience until Grade 12. Treat Ms Lo well. Think before you jump; if you don’t, you might regret it.
Work in grades 10 and 11, slack in grade 12. The less courses you need the better. And remember: nothing is fool-proof to a talented fool.
Work hard but don’t let school work be the focus of life, enjoy high school.
Time in high school goes really fast and a lot of times it can get tough but before you know it you’re out of here so make the most of all that you do and enjoy every minute.
Take easy, fun classes during the last semester because it is too sunny to work hard.
Set goals and aspire to meet them.
You have the rest of your life to party, so spend the time to get decent grades now because as Winston Churchill said: “All the great empires of the future Will be empires of the mind.”
Time flies when you’re having fun, even though it doesn’t feel like it when you go to school, so make the most of your time and try to have fun at school.
Set goals for yourself and always strive to reach them. Don’t get stressed out over stupid things and truly enjoy your time in high school.
Do whatever you can to get out of here ASAP.
My advice to undergraduates is once you get to grade eleven, your marks really do count and even is you don’t know what you want to do after high school, you should still try hard to keep as many doors open to realize your dreams.
Don’t let anyone tell you where you should go or what you should do. So often our futures are dictated by the adults in our lives, and sometimes these adults don’t really know what’s right for us. Life is not about doing what’s expected, it’s about doing what you love, so find what you love and go for it!
Believe in yourself, concentrate on comprehension rather than grades and find what you love. Remember, there’s a lot more to life than high school.
“Never give up, never give up, never give up, never, never.” – Winston Churchill, former Prime Minister of England –
Keep your chin up! Never let anyone else get you down. This world is huge and it’s only you who can make it or break it!
The future is yours if you believe in your dreams.
Keep your options open because you never know what you might decide to do.
The world is your to discover and the opportunities are endless so pave your own path.
Live fully and with abandon, Love completely and without fear, Hope splendidly, And never relinquish the dream.
Scott M. Okrainetz
Remember that your grades in both 11 as well as 12 are extremely important for college acceptance, so watch them closely and keep them up. Also, begin your scholarship application procedure early or you may stand to lose a chance of earning lots of money for tuition.
Have fun! Work hard and enjoy your time at KSS.
If you follow year heart and live your life to the fullest, joy, money and good fortune will follow close behind; but if your life is spent in pursuit of material goods only, you will waste your time aiming at a target that if, on the off chance is hit, may only bring limited satisfaction.
Do your work experience in grade 11!
Keep your options open. Take different courses, join different teams and committees. Don’t worry about being “cool”, concentrate on being fun. If you give your teachers a chance, you’ll find that most of them are pretty cool. Above all else, these years are crucial; get to know your friends, but most importantly, get to know yourself.
Set goals and strive for them. When summer comes around and the weather gets nice, DON’T SLACK! Most of all enjoy your four years here and all the good times with your teachers and friends. Try not to do all of your homework on Sunday night….
Have fun, play sports, do a couple of loser laps but make the best of it.