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Jalynn Rashid’s Senior Year

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Jalynn Rashid’s Senior Year

Evelia Juarez Diaz, Contributing Writer

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In about 6 to 7 months, my favorite senior, Jalynn Rashid, will be graduating.

 

Jalynn Rashid has high expectations.  “ I expect myself to accomplish more when it comes to academics and participating in my community, building a higher reputation for myself as I proceed into the next stage of my life,” she states.

 

One thing that has surprised her is how difficult classes are this year. “ I expected my senior year to be a lot easier,” she says. “I heard it was much more laid-back, but I’ve never had more schoolwork pilde on top me in a half a semester.”

 

In Jalynn’s point of view, she there certainly have been some povitives. “ I have grown as a person. But being stressed out is considered back, but I believe that living check-to-check while also attending school at WHS and GRCC has taught me to mature as a person.”

 

But that does not mean it has been easy for Jalynn. “It has taken a huge toll on my mental health,” she says.

 

Looking ahead, she has a lot to accomplish this year.  “This is my last year to improve my overall GPA and make a decision on where I want to go with life after graduation. On top of that, I have to look competitive on my college applications, in which I’m not sure what college I even want to attend for the next 5 years,” she says.

 

Last but not least, Jalynnhas some advice for the next year’s seniors. “Do your best to experiment and try new things and hobbies such as sports and the arts or even just going out and doing things you believe you’d never enjoy,” she says. “You never know what you might like and something you thought you’d hate might end up becoming a lifelong hobby or even your career.”

Goals that she has after high school are to have a successful college plan and proceed with school, obtaining a degree in a high paying career. She’d like to go into actuarial science and mathematics.

 

Jalynn has been really important in my life. I look up to her, she’s my role model.  When he was a junior,  she taught me so many things that I will probably forever remember.

 

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