Admissions departments at many colleges and universities have been known to rescind the acceptance letters of students who drop their tough classes or let their GPA sink dramatically due to senior slump.A bit of restlessness during your senior year is to be expected, but don’t let yourself lose motivation, procrastinate or slack off completely. It all depends on how much you loved or hated your high school experience! It’s full of final chances, taking advantage of opportunities and capping off your high school era in the best way possible.And yet, there are going to be a ton of missteps along the way.Do your research and actually apply to schools that will appeal to your interests.Don't just apply to the best schools or the schools your friends are applying to.Letting yourself get physically or emotionally run down can ruin your senior year and make you less prepared for getting a college degree.
Choosing to skip classes could mean missing valuable information for upcoming tests.Ringing the front door at someone’s parents’ house is just awkward.If he’s not answering his cell, you’re be forced to interact with his entire family, explaining that you’re really just there to drive him to church/tea time/no, that wasn’t me blasting Ke$ha in the driveway… Post-senior-year-of-high-school is this big amorphous blob of “future.” You might do community service in Ecuador and decide you can’t date anyone who hasn’t experienced a South American outlook on life.I would say it would be better if you were a freshman in college and she was a senior. We're not together because my parents don't know a thinf and because I know they won't allow me to have a bf yet. And he also told me that he could go to jail anytime if i say so cause he's an adult and im a kid or something like that.You have to remember that she can't go to bars with you and even see an r-rated movie. I say that if you found a girl that you mesh with and you like her, then go for it. Remember that everything would always depend on love.