Welcome Class of 2019
Take advice from anyone who will give it to you. Not all advice is good, but it's up to you to decide wether or not it's good enough to apply to your life.
There are going to be way more life lessons than blessing.
Your freshman year is going to go by quick, so enjoy every minute of it instead of wishing you were a senior about to leave.
Don't give up on your goals just because one little thing went wrong. Many things will go wrong, and you will grow from them and hopefully become a better person.
Be thankful for the hard times. It's when you find out who's really there for you.
"Gymnastics taught me everything- Life lessons, responsibility and discipline and respect." - Shawn Johnson
Not everyone stays, but not everyone leaves either.
You only live once so make the best of it.
Music speaks what cannot be expressed.
Gymnastics isn't just a sport. It's my life.
Cherish the blessings that stay in your life. Don't take for granted the little things.
I want to be surgeon or some kind of doctor because I love the idea of saving someones life or helping people.
In order to do this I need to graduate high school with good grades and get into a great college. During college i will need to complete a 4-year undergraduate degree program, spend four years in medical school and then complete 3-7 years of residency training, before I will eligible for medical licensing.
After I complete my career goals, I plan to settle down and maybe start a family of my own.