Senior year is an exciting time in High School for the students and even the teachers. There are so many things to look forward to in the next coming school year that we want to give you some advice on making most of your time at MLS...


1. Stay Focused

Falling to "senioritis" early in the year can hurt your academic performance for the year. It is important to stay focused on your schoolwork and involved in your extracurricular activities. Colleges and employers will look to see how you performed in your last year, too, so make sure it is a true reflection of the student you are and can be in your next venture. 



2. Branch Out

If you have spent the last few years in the same clubs and sports...try something new this year. Stay on the team you love and in the club where all your friends have been going to since Freshman year, but try out a new one. MLS has so many unique clubs and programs to try out. You never know what they have in store until you try them out.




3. Seek Advice When You Need It

Never be afraid to ask for help. The faculty and staff at MLS are always willing to provide guidance and mentorship to students when they need it. If you are feeling unsure about a decision you need to make or need college and career advice, there are handfuls of people willing to provide you with support. Deciding on your next steps is a big decision, so know that you always have the resources and support of the MLS family. 


Oh wait, we almost forgot!

Most importantly...have fun! Your MLS High School years were some some of the best years of your life. The friends you have made throughout your time at MLS are people who you will always have a special connection with. We are so excited to be a part of your Senior year at MLS. 


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