Senior Leaders

Read a current senior's advice to underclassman in leadership positions


Anastasia Terris: to underclassman in yearbook


  • What have you learned from participating in yearbook?

  • The biggest thing I have learned about being involved with Yearbook is how to be a strong and effective leader. There is so much that happens behind the scenes and for all of it to go as planned it is super important for the Co Editor in Chiefs to be good leaders and guide the class in the right direction.

  • What was the best advice given to you as an underclassman in yearbook?

  • The best advice I was given as an underclassman in Yearbook was to always want to provide my best work possible because we are producing something so special for the school that the upperclassmen would always tell us to work hard and manage our time well because we want to be able to make every one of our deadlines.

  • What are you going to miss the most about participating in yearbook?

  • What I am going to miss most about Yearbook is being able to have a place where I can be creative and be able to make something so special with an amazing group of people.

  • What is your best advice for overcoming challenges in yearbook?

  • My best advice to overcome challenges in Yearbook is to know your staff is always here for you. You are never alone in yearbook so if you need clarification on something or need a little more guidance do not hesitate to ask anyone. Also remember to always put your best work forward and try your very best.

  • If you could tell an underclassman joining yearbook one thing, what would you want them to know?

  • What I would tell an underclassman coming into Yearbook class is you will be surprised at what you can do. You will learn so much about writing, photography, design, and even the business side of it all. It is a super unique and creative class where you can let go and expand your creativity spectrum. Also you make the greatest bonds with everyone in the class.


Clare Lucewicz: to underclassman in ASB

  • What have you learned from participating in ASB?

  • The biggest thing I have learned from ASB has been to always stand up for what you believe in. ASB has taught me to become a better leader at my school, to my peers, and to my classmates inside of ASB.

  • What was the best advice given to you as an underclassman in ASB?

  • The best advice I would give to an underclassman in ASB would be to put yourself out there. I was a shy freshman my first year in ASB, but I met so many upperclassman who I still keep in contact with today. By putting yourself out there, you can meet some of your best friends and so many kind people in an academic class.

  • What are you going to miss the most about participating in ASB?

  • I will miss the football games, dances, and overall, just being able to represent my school as an ASB class member. As well, I’ll miss the people inside of the class. Each year, the class gets very close, and it’s always hard seeing the upperclassman leave.

  • What is your best advice for overcoming challenges in ASB?

  • My best advice for overcoming a challenge in ASB would be to never give up. This year has been extremely difficult for planning events, but there are always ways around challenges. Always think outside of the box and never give up when you face a challenge or setback.

  • If you could tell an underclassman joining yearbook one thing, what would you want them to know?

  • If I could tell an underclassman joining ASB something, I would want them to know about the atmosphere of ASB. Every year, I have had a very positive experience with all of the people in ASB. Everyone is so inviting, and although I was nervous to be in the class as a freshman, everyone was so inviting and kind to me. The class of ASB is so unique. You will not be closer with any other class on campus. Working as a team with my class has made me a better leader.