If you put in the work and focus, you can do or be whatever you want.
I think one last message would be to do whatever will allow you to be successful. If you were not made to go to college, don't go to college. If you were made to work straight out of high school. Don't do what is expected of you by friends and family, do what will make you happy.
Moving into the next phase of life, I have to say this, with what you're doing now whether it be going to college or going straight to work, or even moving to a new state, you need to prepare. Life isn't as easy as everyone thinks and right now is an example, being prepare will help you in more ways than you could ever imagine. Push forward for what you want to do, no one can take that or deny you from that.
Keep your head held high. You just need to play the game
My advise for my fellow classmates would be to do what makes you happy! you shouldn't dread doing something even if it's to make someone else happy.
My advice is to not be afraid to take risks. I say this because if you never try to take risks you will never be achieving your full potential.
My advise is to work hard. Even though i t might not be easy, it will be worth it.
I don't carry much advice, I just hope everyone ends up where they want to be. I know that these next few years are going to suck and are going to be the most difficult years we've ever experienced. At the end of the day just know someone cares and that you are never a lone.
I wish nothing but the best for everyone. Find out what you want in life and then figure out a way to get there. I hope everyone strives for their dreams and aspirations no matter what. Don't ever let anyone or anything get in the way of what you want to do. Just be great at whatever you do!
Don't let anyone tell you what you want/can do, because ultimately your'e the one living your life and you need to do what is going to satisfy you and make you happy.
One last piece of advice I would give my classmates is don't just sit around waiting for something to happen. Go make it happen. Don't wait around for someone to give you everything. Go work hard and get it yourself. "This world is rough, and if a man's gonna make it he's gotta be tough." -Johnny Cash
My advice would to not take anything for granted. As we know, most of our senior year got taken away. We should all take this into the future of our lives as we all know now that something we thought was certain can easily be taken away.
One piece of advice I would give is to not give up. If you want to succeed, then you should do what it takes no matter what.
If you have a goal, don't let anyone stop you. push to achieve that goal.
What I would tell them is thank you. Thank you for everyone who has pushed me and made me a better person. I never listened to what anyone said about me, and i'm glade, it made me stronger. I'm going for what I want to do know and I'm making myself proud, I have nothing to prove to anyone.
everyones path isnt the same. not everyone is meant to goto college, dont be ashamed and do what makes you happy.
the only advice i have is do what makes you happy but also safe.
As school comes to an end I would tell my classmates than I am thankful for all the memories over the 3 years I was at Reitz. As we part ways I want to say that if you want to be truly successful, find something you love to do. The most success will come when you're passionate about what you do.
You are worth it and will make something of yourself. No matter what struggles you are going to go through in life, as long as you keep strong and fight through it you will be okay. Tough times are normal in life and there is always a rainbow after a storm so keep strong class of 2020!
Your mind is like a parachute. It doesn't work if its not open.
My advise moving forward in this next chapter in life is no matter what you're doing in your life, be happy. Choose a career that makes you happy. Never settle for less and don't let anyone bring you down. You can do anything you set your mind to.
One piece of advice moving forward is just do what makes you happy and be open to new things.
Do what makes you happy
My advice is to not walk with the rest of the crowd. Take your own path and embrace it.
One piece of advice I have is to always be optimistic. Things could always be worse so you have to look on the bright side and keep pushing no matter what.
My advice is to do something that will make an impact and help others. Stay strong to what you believe in!
My advice for classmates would be to do what makes you happy. Waking up filled with dread for the day ahead every single morning doesn't make for a happy life and I hope our generation can start to normalize doing work that you love to do, and not just settling for what will make the most money or please others. You may struggle at first but if it's something you're truly passionate about doing, your suffering will be worth it in the end.
My last piece of advice to the Class of 2020 is to find your passion. When thinking about our class as a whole and what we are know for, I think we are the class of hard workers. With that being said, it is not enjoyable to work really hard at something you don't find interesting or can't see yourself doing for the rest of your life, so job shadow as much as you can and read online for different fields to see what your passion is. Having both passion and a good work ethic will get you far in life.
My advice would be to work hard and have fun.
My advice would be to have fun with whatever you're about to move on and go do. Be successful and humble along with having a work ethic that is better than your peers'.
My advice would be to go out and get it. Life only gives you so many opportunities and sitting around wallowing in your own ignorance will not get you anywhere in life. Yes opportunities can be given but you need to work for what you want.
My advise would be not to take your time here or anything else for granted. Be glad to be able to walk, talk, hear, and see. Be happy to smell flowers blooming in spring, even if it makes your eyes water and your nose run. Make sure you enjoy the little things in your life that we don't necessarily think about.
My advise would be to make the most of what your are doing after high school and to be successful in whatever you decide to do.
My advice would be to make the most of whatever you want to pursue after high school and to push yourself out of your comfort zone and try new things.
I would tell my fellow classmates that they can do anything that they put their mind to. I wish them all well in their future, but I know they can be successful in our own ways if we all somehow made it through four years at Reitz high school.
My advice would be to always believe in yourself and to push yourself to be the best you can be, and never give up on your dreams.
My advise to my classmates would be that you don't always need to please other people. Sometimes you need to figure out what you need in life and get that before you worry about everyone else. Its not your job to please everyone, and not everyone can be pleased.
Good luck! I wish you all the best. Work hard and have fun.
My advice would be to do what makes you happy, not just what your friends or family want.
My advice would be to make your life what ever you want. Do what makes you happy and keep your mind to it to succeed.
For my peers and classmates I would like to wish everyone good luck on their unofficial adulthood since school is unofficially officially out and we are now free to begin the next chapter of our lives living as young adults. I look forward to seeing who succeeded and who did not at our class reunion.
My advice to my classmates would be to follow your dreams and find happiness. Remember that you have one life, so make it count.
Put your happiness first, stop caring what everyone else thinks about you and your opinions and just be you.
I hope everyone goes on to do what makes them happy and enjoy their lives.
My last message would be to have fun even when your growing up and starting to be an adult. Its important to still make live memorable.
Times will be tough, do your best to overcome those times and in the end you will see something amazing. It might make you feel like crap but when you get through it it will be one great story to tell when you're older. I wish everyone the best of luck in your unknown adventures that the future holds. I may never see some of you again, so this is goodbye.
The last message I have is thank you to all my class mates who shaped me and made my years enjoyable. I'd tell them all to pursue your dreams and let no one stop you.
the only thing in life thats holding you back is you. If you want something you need to go do what it takes to make it happen dont expect everything in life to just be handed to you.
I'm gonna miss this class so much. Follow your dreams, don't falter for anyone, and LOVE YOURSELF. You are resilient and everything is going to work itself out! Trust our healthcare workers are doing everything they can to not be overwhelmed and let us open back up!!
My last message would be to keep pushing through whatever you may go through. We have all gotten so far and gotten through a lot.
I know its been hard but we made it this far and I know everyone can make it even farther. Stay on your grind and don't let anyone bring you down.
my last piece of advice would be do whatever is going to make you successful and happy. Make your life yours and always believe in yourself. Strive everyday to be better and better.
Take everything with a grain of salt. You do not have to have a plan set out right after high school to be successful. Take everything one day at a time and make sure to always take care of yourself first.
Do what makes you happy and work hard with whatever you do.
If you have goals and aspirations in life than go and make them happen and don't let anybody shake you from your path or tell you that you can't do something. If you put your mind to it and put in effort you can accomplish anything you want.
My last piece of advice is to follow your passions. If you like books get a job with books, if you like art try to work in a museum, if you enjoy creating things become an engineer. Do what will make you happy because this is your life and no one else's.
My last message or words I guess would just be me saying thank you. Thanks for giving me some of the best memories. Though, not all will stick with me, a lot will. All of the fun and exciting times in and out of the classroom wouldn't have been made possible if it wasn't for my classmates. So thank you for making these past four years something worth remembering.
My advice would be to do what makes YOU happy. No matter what anyone says, always pursue things that will bring happiness to your life. Just try and live the best life you can possibly live and surround yourself with the right people.
Always have a goal and never let it go.
Don't ask for less weight (work & stress ect) ask for stronger shoulders.
The advice I would give to my classmates would be to always find the good in the situations you are in. As we begin to start our new lives there are bound to be harder times ahead but the good moments can help.
Stay true to yourself, you're all you've got
I think one lasting thing I would like my classmate to know is that don't stop yourself from trying to follow what you want to do. It what make us human. If we can go out and follow what we love to do, even if we fail we can still love it no matter what.
I would say do what makes you happy. Don't choose your career base on money because what is the point of having a lot of money if you aren't happy.
My advice to my fellow classmates would be to always follow your heart, and do what makes you happy!
My advice would be, when you have a goal, do not let anything stop you from achieving that goal, no matter what.
Just keep going. Even if you fail that doesnt mean you cant do smething
As you age hardships and discouragement will be something you probably will face, but no matter what you face that situation with determination and courage. You'll be rewarded whether that be physically or mentally.
My advice would be don't let people tell you that you aren't going to make it because that is your choice and you make your path don't let some one or something define what you want to be.