Keep an eye out for academic areas that you are really enjoying and make sure you are ready to take advantage of any honors, AP, IB, or dual credit opportunities available to you in those areas.Keep getting involved, searching out those activities you truly care about and can see yourself dedicating time and energy to over the course of multiple years.There is a strong possibility that we will be reviewing your grades and involvement throughout the semester, so buckle down and finish strong!
Before long, you’ve been studying in the same place for years without ever truly exploring it. And I don’t just mean the nearest town or city, either.
Travel just a little further afield, and you might discover something really special – like the beautiful Alnwick Castle and Gardens, which are only an hour away from Newcastle University.
While I hope you are all thinking about the future, never forget that the things you are involved in – the classes you take, the clubs you join, the people you help – are not just ways to build your resume, but ends in themselves.
The New Year has begun, and millions of people all over the world are setting their New Year’s resolutions – a list of personal changes or goals to help make 2019 their best year yet.
If we don’t catch you, karma will.) Juniors: If you have not already taken the SAT or ACT, sign up and begin studying now.
If you are not happy with your score, think about a retest.
Be sure to contact our financial aid office with any questions you have about these forms and deadlines.
In the meantime, do your best not to succumb to the tempting clutches of senioritis.
With each New Year comes a new opportunity to start afresh, make positive changes, and become the best ‘you’ you can be.
For students, it’s the perfect time to set goals that will help you achieve study success.