Students give advice for future

As the year comes to a close, the Vandegrift Voice staff looks back and reflects on what they learned and what they wish they knew.

Tips for discovering your passion

Natalie Brink, News Editor

It’s frankly quite frustrating to be in high school and not know exactly what avenues to pursue in life. You could have a vague idea of what you want to study in college, but no concrete career options. You could have absolutely no sense of where you would like to end up at all. There’s no shame in that, but as you head off to college and begin your life outside the rigid structure of high sch...

Advice from one sophomore to another

Priya Gregerson, Staff Reporter

Being a sophomore can be an amazing experience if you work hard and have fun while you’re at it. It’s your chance to get further involved in school activities such as clubs, organizations, electives, service, etc. Since you will no longer be a freshman, there aren’t as many required classes you have to take. There’s also a whole realm of newly available classes to take for all upperclassmen s...

An open letter to incoming juniors who fear the future

Codi Farmer, Staff Reporter

Junior year is so important. It’s an entire year dedicated to growth, learning, and exploring your interests. It was also one of the most difficult years of my life. By the time you reach your junior year, you’re supposed to be aware of your limits and passions. You’re supposed to know all of the colleges you are applying to and what you want to major in, but it’s a lot harder than it seem...

Senior Reflection

Megan Messer, Staff Reporter

With graduation less than three weeks away, it feels almost surreal that my last year of high school is coming to an end. Over the last four years, I have made so many memories and learned so much about myself and the paths I’m hoping to pursue in my future. However, I think most of my learning and self-discovery happened during my senior year at VHS. When I walked onto campus on the first day o...

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