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Reach High

A big part of learning about yourself is trying new things and getting involved in new experiences.  You will gain more insights about your strengths. Here is some inspiration and ideas to get you started....

In School

Join a Club!

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Odyssey

Excel Academically

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Richmond Pulse

Service! Service! Service!

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College Board

Emilia Clarke's Letter to Herself

Source - Teen Vogue 

Tap Into Your Artistic Side

Art is amazing! Many people go their whole life without exploring their artistic gifts. You may have amazing talent waiting to be developed! I encourage you to pick  up a pencil and paper, a camera, a paintbrush or some clay. You never know what it could lead to.  It will serve your health and happiness your whole life.  


Here are some ideas on how to explore...


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Expressive Art Foundations

Kerry Washington's Letter to Herself

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Teen Vogue

Keep Your Eyes on the Future

As teens, it is easy to get caught up in the moment. There is this sense that everything happening in the moment is the most important moment of the year. Our future often takes a backseat to today's social obligations. Try to fall out of this pattern. Think about your future. Don't let it stress you out. Make it exciting! When you have a constant positive goal that you are working towards, the negative distractions will quiet themselves. Invest in yourself.