Advice to Undergrads – 2013

Natalie Chow

Always try your best and believe in yourself; you are more than who you are and you can handle far more than you think you can handle!

Colton Dennis

Don’t ever be intimidated by any challenge you face. Put forward your best effort, and you will succeed.

Michael Dobinson

Always remember to try your hardest and explore every option available!

Ryan Drake

Work hard, do your very best and you will succeed in whatever you choose to do.

Sabina Hamilton

Take advantage of all the opportunities presented to you. Take classes because they interest you, not because your friends are in the. Don’t be afraid to try new things!

Talya Jesperson

There are so many ways to utilize the services this school offers! Look into everything and take the opportunities while they are there. You’d be surprised how far it can push you ahead!

Katie Kershaw

Do not procrastinate in your grad year. Procrastination can out you in a stressful position as well as make life harder for others. That being said, don’t forget to enjoy yourself along the way. Be sure to pay attention to what’s happening so you stay on top of deadlines, grad events or spirit days. Participate whenever you can because you only get one shot at your grad year (hopefully) and the events and fundraisers are a great way to bond with your grad class and raise money for a successful prom.

Willem Kuun

Get involved in extracurricular activities, and try our different athletic teams. If you don’t get involved you won’t know what is out there.

Katie Lindsay

Get involved! While in high school I prided myself in being involved in sports and in leadership and it made my years more enjoyable.

Katie Menassa

Keep your eyes on the prize! Fight your urge for adventure and stay focused on getting the good grades. Your chance for a good time will be so much greater if you graduate knowing you tried your very hardest.

Tiana Michaels

Live. Laugh. Love

Kristen Nelson

Take all the classes you may possibly need, so you don’t get stuck in a stressful and difficult situation in and when you change your mind about what you want to do for post-secondary education.

Declynn Robertson-Hooper

At the end of the year you should look back at your thoughts and opinions twelve months before and find them quaint. If not, you probably didn’t read or explore or work hard enough.

Ben Robson

Keeping organized in high school is the key to success. Pick courses that you will enjoy spending your time in, and make the most of the time you have while you can still be a kid.

Tori Shewchuk

Never underestimate yourself. You can accomplish more than you know!

Kaeli Sollitt

Enjoy this time!

Flavia Sposato

Take the time to figure out who you are, follow your passions and stay focused on achieving your goals. Surround yourself with people that better you and laugh often! Above all else, aim to be happy.

Joseph Stevens

Always try your best at everything you do at school, and try to join as many of our school teams and clubs as possible.

Jiayi Wang

Doing things earlier and you should learn how to refuse others.

Siyu Wang

You must treasure the time at KSS. You should let yourself join in on everything in the school. Don’t forget your time in high school. In a few years you will realize that it was one of the best times in your life. Just do everything; just try everything.

Danielle Weber

Work hard, don’t procrastinate, and enjoy your time in high school.

Jasen Wright

Just have fun!

Sam Yip

It’s nothing hard, try your best.

Sasha Zinovich

Make sure to take advantage of all the opportunities that are given to you.