CA students give their best advice


Madison Reinschmidt, writer


Over the course of a few days, I asked more than a dozen CA students what their best piece of advice is. Some students replied with “Um, I don’t know” or “I don’t have any advice.” But others gave great advice based upon their experiences. Here is what they said:

Dillon Taylor, freshman: Don’t die. Have fun in everything you do.

Makayla Dewind, freshman: Always be yourself.

Lauren Caldwell, freshman: Remain true to yourself.

Camden Griggs, sophomore: Get involved. Load up your schedule with a bunch of random stuff. Participation will get you liked.

Hannah Moody, sophomore: Be confident in yourself. If you’re confident in yourself others will respect you.

Ashley Johnson, sophomore: Stay focused because it will all pay off in the end.

Emily Craft, junior: Even though it may not seem like it, the hard times strengthen your character. Those are the times when God is closest to you.

Cameron Wilcox, junior: Try not to worry about anything. I’m the kind of person that worries about everything. I guess what I’m trying to say is you can’t make everyone happy.

Morgan Nash, junior: Always, always, always stay true to who you are.

Elsa Moody, senior: I would say, keep your friends close.

Paul Attle, senior: Focus on the task at hand.

Devin Vaudreuil, senior: In life you’re going to suffer, but your success depends on how well you suffer. So suffer well.