Graduating from high school and thinking about heading off to college can be a scary time. It’s easy to convince yourself that your classmates have all the answers and you’re the only one without a plan. Stop right there. Even students with the most detailed life plans will change course along the way.
It’s not too late to explore your options and plan for college. Enrolling in a four-year university,
As you enter the latter part of high school, you sense that change is in the air. You’ll be exploring what your future holds and this can be exciting and intimidating: After all, this time is wrought with questions, some of which you still can’t answer for yourself! What do you want to do? Will you get accepted to your first-choice college? How will you afford the cost? Do you even know how to do your own laundry?
There’s a bug that starts to circulate among the seniors of any high school, and it becomes especially pronounced during the final semester before graduation. This illness robs seniors of their productivity, stealing hours of precious work and college prep time from them. There are cures, but they require hard work and effort. What bug are we talking about? It has a name counselors and teachers dread: Senioritis.
What is Senioritis?
Senioritis is the common name for the tendency of many seniors to slow down their work,