Maddy Rosenberg – Mustangs Ahead  

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- Graduation is quickly approaching, and seniors are hurrying to raise their grades in the last few months of the year.  With the pressure on, many seniors wish they had a superpower, even an everyday superpower, to help them along. 

Victoria Carr said, “Seniors need to have a lot of patience because of the amount of work given to them. Being a senior can really mess with your mind, so we need to maintain a positive attitude otherwise you will not enjoy high school at all, and it will go by very slow.” Carr said she’s excited to graduate this upcoming May and is working hard to maintain her grades.  

Matthew Dugan is looking forward to starting a new chapter of his life after graduation.  

“Good intelligence is important senior year because it creates more motivation and you will get further with your career,” said Dugan.  

Holly Macleod said time management is the most important quality to have as an upcoming graduate. 

“Students need to prepare for school in an appropriate amount of time,” she said.  “They need to be very prepared for their school and take their time seriously,” she emphasized.  

Macleod plans to attend a four-year university in the fall. 

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