There are always parties at the end of school years, knowing which are safe and which aren’t is just as important. There is always some risk when…

There are always parties at the end of school years, knowing which are safe and which aren’t is just as important. There is always some risk when going to an unknown area, so be sure that the place you’re going to is safe and that if anything occurs you have a way to get home safely. House parties may contain drugs and alcohol and being caught in the middle isn’t what you want, especially if you’re under age. Knowing that senior year is coming to an end soon, people may begin to get lazier and begin to procrastinate more. Some colleges can revoke your acceptance if your second semester is lower than your first semester, so be cautious it does matter just as much that you don’t begin to party before the school year concludes. Partying is fun; we get to socialize and network with others and spend time away from our worries. If you do things you don’t intend to do at a party by getting wasted than this can lead to more difficulties. So be cautious this time of year, I’ve seen many people NOT graduate due to slacking off and getting caught in fights, or drugs and alcohol.
– Stefannie