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The Good to Go, the Indecisive, and the Waiting

Olivia Johnson and Leticia Morales

          From a young age we are all told that going to college is a good thing. It does not matter who you are, what you want to do, or who you want to be. It is expected that when somebody asks if you plan on going to college, that you say yes.

          High school is a journey that is required by law and societal standards. In the end, students finally get the freedom to pick what they want to do with their time now that they are not necessarily required to do anything.

          There is a delicate scale of how prepared someone feels about life after high school. A seven can mean someone is graduating early and attending college in the spring, but a seven can also mean that someone feels ready to get a job and start providing for themselves and maybe even their family.

          Whatever a person chooses is their own choice, it is their journey and no one else’s.

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