Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Junior Year

Now that we are near the end of our Junior year, do you feel that you will be ready to be a senior? Do you think you have what it takes to make your class a "class to remember"? If so, how can you contribute?

24 comments:

Tyler Bohn said...

I think im ready. I don't know if our class is class that would be remembered but we can still make an impact. I think I can contribute by helping making our class better in any way.

bigprettyKEVIN ROSS said...

I think that I’m ready to be a senior at Mount St. Joseph. I believe that I have become a better man because of this school, and now it is my time to show my gratitude to the school. I know I have slacked off allot in my classes and next year I plan to do a lot better in my classes and hopefully make the honor role.
Kevin Ross

Boss Blog said...

Next year will probaly be my hardest year of school so far because I took classes that will challenge me but not stress and over do me. I'm not really sure about things that we can do to be one of the classes remembered because there isn't a lot that we can do that hasn't already been done or accomplished. So that's why we need to band together as a whole class and do that one spectacular thing that no one will ever forget.

Steven Arnold Pd.5

eric said...

I think I am ready and capable of being a senior. Yes, i do have a lot of things to work on such as turning homework in on time, stop lying about my work, putting in more effort and studying more. As far as a class, I think we are ready. We may not have the best reputation but as far as sports go, we are one of or probably the best class. Class of '010 All Day!!

ajox10 said...

I think that i am ready to takr on my senior year at mount st.joe. I think that all i have to do is work on mystudying habits and do a little bit better on my test scores. I will make my class to remember by helping do things that no onther class has done nothin normal somthing out of the ordanary.

rrobinson10 said...

I think that I am ready because I have been through everything already. What else is left for you to go through? I think that we will be a class to remember because we have a lot of different types of personalities in our class, and when we come together it will be something to remember.

Andrew Broedel said...

I think that i am ready personally, but many people in our class are not. As a whole our class kind of sucks. If everyone steps up then we wont have to sit through assemblies where we are trashed by our teachers. I just cant wait to go to college and leave Maryland.

JP Kuhlman said...

Ah as junior year comes to a close I am joyful to come back and be a senior. I am also curious to see what my robotics class will be like. However if I had the choice of going to college this year and not having a fun senior year I would take it. However I am fine with being a senior.

jeff247 said...

I am definately ready to be a senior because I can't wait to finish high school, but I also have a lot of room for improvement. Next school year I will try to contribute something that can change the school significantly.

fgoodwin012 said...

I am completely ready to fufill my responsibilities as a senior. I feel I can set a good example for underclassmen in school and athletics. And I look forward to spending next year with you guys.

Zack Jewby said...

I feel like I am ready to be a senior, I love St. Joe but I just really want to get out of school. I am tired of having to do work everyday and get up at seven all week, it gets old very quick. Next year I have been told that I have alot of good teachers who are very easy to get along with. I am very excited to be a senior next year and I hope everyone else is too.

Nick Feurer said...

Yes I think I am ready to be a senior. I don't think our class is the class to be remembered but there are some good things about our class. Participating in after school activities would help make our class more active.

10jenglehart said...

I think I'm ready for my senior year. I know that if I just put forth the effort, i could get all A's. I plan to do that this upcoming year. I think period 4 with Mr. Dutrow will be a class to remember. I thought the class was fun because of the comments that were made such as christians nickname, orange boy, and of course mine as Joedahunter. I wish I was in the same english class next year because it was fun.

Andrew Lewis said...

Personally I am more than ready to be a senior. I have waited since i was a freshmen to be a senior, and the time flew by but is now here. Our class seems like it could do alright on impacting the school, but I think I am going to try and be more active in after school programs.

Troy Brodie said...

I would say I am ready to be a senior because I look forward to planning out what I want after high school is over with. I'm not sure how "remember-able" I'll class will be, but I looked forward to seeing what we can get done.

tydecrispino said...

During the last stretch of Junior year, I feel as if I am more then ready to become a senior, but the pressure the senior title is going to be very stressful. I believe we have a lot of leaders throughout our class and I believe all of us have the potential to make our class a "class to remember". Strating my contribution to Saint Joe, I will donate a peice of my artwork to the school.

xWBR IIIx said...

During this year i have learned a lot of lessons. I think going into Senior year i am ready, dur to me learning from my junior year mistakes. But at the same time i dint know what i can cintribute to next years Senior Class.

Joe Winter said...

I do feel as if I am ready for senior year. I think our class has a lot of potential since we all have experience in helping the community outside of school, and with extra curricular activities. I can contribute by moving to create new clubs and possibly sports. As well as organizing MSJ community cookouts, fundraisers, and outings.

Bobblogs said...

I'm most definately ready to be a senior. This has been my hardest year academically and im really tired of it. Next year will be a good year to be leaders and represent our class well.

viktor said...

I think I am ready to be a senior next year, just because all of the stuff we did this year will really prepare me for when I graduate and move on to college. Overall I think we do have what it takes to make our class be remembered. Just because after my junior retreat a saw a lot more people in our class become closer and make the class of 10' the best year.

kfrance said...
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kfrance said...

I'm a little bit disappointed at the faculty. Especially since I heard from a teacher actually say that other teachers around the school do not believe we will be a good graduating class. And although Mrs. Kraft's speech was nice, it still just proves that what is being said is true. I believe that we are all still young so excuse me if I still like to crack jokes. I certainly understand that I am about to become a Senior and I certainly know that there is a time and a place for everything, but I should not have to prove myself or my maturity every single minute of the day. Shame on some of the teachers who are saying this. They should know that when it is time for us to rise to the occasion, we will and do it greatly. Amen Twenny-Ten!!!

KarlGreen said...

I honestly do think we do have the chance to make a class to remember. Reason being is because we have grown together as friends and have built a strong bond with each other.

KarlGreen said...

I honestly do think we do have the chance to make a class to remember. Reason being is because we have grown together as friends and have built a strong bond with each other. As long as we all stay strong and pull together even tighter and do crazy things during spirit week we will most definantly be one of the classes to remember.