Taelor's in the 3rd Grade, and Blain will be starting Kindergarten next semester. I better have gotten an A. I even straightened my hair for the picture and put on makeup so I thought that it was one of my best pictures. Freshman: Is excited about the world of possibilities that awaits him, the unlimited vista of educational opportunities, the chance to expand one's horizons and really make a contribution to society. Or maybe it just seems that way because there is more work than in junior high! Freshman: Calls the professor Teacher. By senior year, I started wearing more makeup and had less acne. I've always said a home is the best investment you can make.
I began thinking about how to survive out in the real world in college. Looking at senior year as a whole, 74% of seniors deemed their final year of high school the best year yet. The confusion over classes and newness of the way high school works fades away. But then ask them about their senior year and they're likely to describe themselves very differently—for the better. I found a way to blow out the hair that I liked, and felt confident taking the picture. I had just chopped seven inches off of my hair and didn't like the length on me.
Now that you're seniors, you and your friends basically feel like you own the school the second you step through those double doors, and it feels so good! I really loved the way I looked senior year of high school, and almost wished I still looked that way today. Freshmen may be in classes with upperclassmen for the first time too, especially electives like phys. Freshman: Is appalled at the class size and callousness of profs. Freshman: Goes on grocery-shopping trip with Mom before moving onto campus. Senior: Calls Domino's every other night.
So enjoy them—they go so fast. The freshman survey, containing six questions regarding the current school year, collected responses from 55 students, while the senior survey, containing eight questions regarding the current school year, collected responses from 43 students. An example would be when it's cold outside and you don't fully zip up your jacket because it doesn't look as good. I must have been so mad that day because my hair didn't look the way I wanted it to. Freshman: Memorizes the course material to get a good grade. I wound up just twisting my hair into two curls and absolutely hated the way it turned out.
It's not easy being a high school freshman. But, eventually, braces come off, contacts replace glasses, and slowly, freshmen start to transform into stronger, better versions of themselves. I remember retakes for my freshman year photos were the day before I got my braces off so I'd have braces in my photo regardless, so I didn't bother to retake them. These differences add up to two reasons: anxiousness and maturing. Relationships, whether they are formed freshman year or senior year, may prove to be the most long-lasting, so it is important for one to remember to cherish their time at Wesleyan and make the best of all of the opportunities provided.
Thank God I got the braces off eventually! Freshman: Has to ask where the computer labs are. Having seen almost every living space during the year there, there was no appreciable difference in the average college men's living space versus the average college women's living space. But how will that affect school funding? You can make it until then! Putting a schedule together is another big adjustment, since prior to freshman year, most students' schedules are pretty much decided for them. The first day of school is exciting and nerve racking, especially the first day of freshman year. The most obvious change between the two is definitely my hair.
Coming in at a four-way tie for second place, club time, peer groups, different course options and the option to visit the Spirit Shop during the school day were a freshman year favorite, each reining in 11% of the votes. My classes started on the 19th of this month, and I ran to Wal-Mart to grab some folders on the 18th at 8:00 p. You obsess over your first day outfit, stress about your classes, and get lost on your way to class. Looking back now, I adore them so much more. In order of least motivated to most motivated, 1 is not motivated at all, 2 is not really motivated, 3 is moderately motivated, 4 is pretty motivated but could work a little harder and 5 is the most motivated a student has ever felt.
Each notebook for each class has pages of neat notes, some even highlighted. You actually spent time doing your hair, and you're not about to ruin it. Being a senior is fun and after three years of waiting, they are now the oldest again and that definitely comes with some advantages. Regardless of what people say, do what makes you happy and do activities that help you grow as a person. Email This Story Send email to this address Enter Your Name Add a comment here Verification Send Email Cancel Andre Prystupa senior vs. Basically going against logical choices for the sake of appearances. Some are awful, some are spotless, and most are just kind of messy.
But now I have those memories, and it doesn't matter how bad or good the pictures turned out because I will always have the memories stored in my mind. Not to mention the pressure of remembering that all-important locker combination. And those higher standards and tougher challenges can naturally help you mature. It was nice to figure out that college is different and much better than high school. Freshman: Conscientiously completes all homework, including optional questions. My hair was a mess on the morning of my second day of classes so I just grabbed a beanie and went on with my day. One minute you're getting trashed at spring break and then you'll blink and bam! As you can see, it was already starting to curl after all my hard work.
Freshman: Looks forward to the first classes of the year. In early high school, I really disliked my smile, but by the time senior year rolled around, I was confident enough to smile like I didn't have a care in the world. Looking back, I wish I had used lip balm for my freshman year picture, but honestly, I feel like I was just a cute, awkward, brace-faced freshman. The idiom is used to describe people who choose this lifestyle not saying to follow it. By the time senior year starts, students should be narrowing down their college choices, filling out applications, and waiting for those all-important acceptance letters.