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It can also shake up an existing social order, bringing in a breath of fresh air to stratified social status.Freshman year is high school, but not all high schoolers are the same. Adolescence is almost like a rerun of the earliest years of childhood, with both physical and intellectual change occurring at a startling pace, new dangers appearing all the time and an unending need for sleep and food. College admissions is a dark grey fog that will at some point descend upon your home. Taking whatever activity you already love to the next level and 3. The single caveat would be that parents can mention college to expel the notion (an urban myth) that freshman grades do not count for college admissions. A close eye on who she is making friends with, how and when she is getting her work done and her general health , would not go amiss. And while you may not be a hovering parent it would not hurt to stick close for the first few months.Academics may seem a bit challenging, but for most freshman, there is still time to experiment with different extracurricular interests.
Sure, older students have much to teach younger students about leadership and excelling at extracurricular activities, but it doesn’t end there.
The social order of high school means that kids largely stay in their grade groups.
But in clubs, sports and other activities the grades mix fluidly.
The world of a 14/15-year-old is very different from that of a 17/18-year-old.
While some socializing is nice, end of season parties, cast parties, younger high school students are best encouraged to stay amongst their own.