Tips I wish I would have heard my senior year

By Arianna Caiceros

For me, senior year was as much fun as it was overwhelming with the certainty of high school ending and an unstructured future on the horizon. As a high school student, I would’ve appreciated advice about managing my senior year. I suffered from burnout, having taken zero-hour and advanced classes since middle school, then volunteering in high school.

I reached out to seniors from my high school in Richland about their experiences toward the end of the 2022-23 school year and compiled their advice. I hope that younger students and rising seniors can find their wisdom useful and make their last year of high school more fun than overwhelming. Click here or on the graphic to download a copy and share with high school students!

Infographic explaining 7 tips for high school seniors.

Contributors include:

Photo of student Jordan Perkins
Jordan Perkins, who is committed to Western Washington University to pursue a major in environmental science with an emphasis on chemistry.
Photo of student Antonio Alcantara-Roldan speaking at a podium.
Antonio Alcantara-Roldan, who committed to the University of Washington to pursue a major in biochemistry and a minor in applied mathematics.