Minnetonka High School's Student News

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Minnetonka High School's Student News

Minnetonka Breezes

Minnetonka High School's Student News

Minnetonka Breezes

Tips for Incoming Sophmores

Zoe Wartnick ‘24

  • “Don’t overwork yourself, there are still 2 more years left.”
  • “Maintain a social life, don’t throw your entire self into school.”

Lydia Anderson ‘24

  • ”Make sure to not take on too much sophomore year because you want to keep your gpa the best possible. Also have fun! Sophomore year shouldn’t be too hard, especially with junior year the next year. Create good relationships with your teachers for future letters of recommendation.”
  • ”Try new leadership roles and explore multiple clubs.”
  • “Go in for help in the morning or after school because your teachers want to help you and see you succeed!”
  • “Join activities and try to meet as many new people as possible!”

Audrey Sadura ‘25

  • “Learn from past mistakes, but don’t dwell on them… If you can accept that you’ve made a mistake, you are guaranteed to learn a lot. Don’t hold onto it forever!”
  • ”Be yourself. If you feel like you were trying too hard last year to fit in or be somebody else, this is a great year to be yourself.”
  • “Stop worrying so much about the future and live in the moment.”
  • “Something that helped me sophomore year was time management…as much as you don’t want to hear it, you really should make a thoroughly planned out schedule. I know it’s not fun, but it will definitely help you out.”
  • “You are going to love it!”

Other:

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  • Study and do homework with friends, it makes it more fun and you can help each other.

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