1. Stay FocusedInstead of focusing on why you shouldn’t have to be in high school anymore, focus on why you should. The same work ethic that you close out with your senior year will be the one that you carry on to college, and it’s important to end on the right foot.
2. Stay OrganizedOrganization is another factor that will help you avoid senioritis. Typically, when seniors fall behind on their schedule, things begin to go downhill. Keep up with all that you have to do by staying organized!
3. Keep Your Eyes on the PrizeGraduation is now less than six months away. Yes, that is the same argument that someone with senioritis could make, but if you look at it from the point of view that you have to pass in order to graduate, it makes focusing on your grades a lot easier.
4. Remember All the Hard WorkYou cannot let 12 years of academic struggles and all of your hard work go to waste simply because you are now tired of being at school. All those hours studying and all the time in class is not worth wasting simply to get lazy at the end of your final year.
5. Colleges Can Change Their MindsDid you know that a college still has the option to change its mind regarding your acceptance? If your grades drop or if your academic performance is not consistent with what it was at the time of your application, your acceptance isn’t guaranteed. Things can change, and senioritis will play a negative role in this situation. If that’s not enough to keep you motivated through the last few months of your high school career, then I’m not sure what would! Just remember. It’s almost over, but it’s not over yet. Keep your head in the game.
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