By: Vanessa Sturtevant
The students of Pueblo County High are stretching their wings and flying to new heights! The school season is coming to an end, and this year’s freshmen have some advice for the incoming ones.
“I’d want the incoming Freshman to know it’s going to be easier than you think it is. High school is scary and terrifying and it’s a new place and a new time, but it truly is one of the funnest experiences. You get so much more freedom and get to meet so many new people. Highschool is a place to expand upon your personality and expand upon who you are without being holed up in a box. Go out for a sport do that thing you’ve been wanting to do! GO FOR IT!!! High school is Freedom with responsibility. If you work hard and put forth your best effort you will succeed,” said Rosemaree Coughlin, freshman.
“Hi, A piece of advice I would give to incoming freshmen would be to try new things. Clubs and sports are a great way to find friends and activities that you love,” said Leah Conrad, freshman.
“My advice to future freshmen is to be yourself and not try too hard,” said Olivia Nesbit, freshman.
The support here at PCHS is astounding, with students in all grades that are happy to assist the freshmen in this new stage of their lives. With all of our hearts, we welcome the new hornets.