I wish I knew that college is an opportunity for immense growth. Not only are you transitioning academically but all around in life everything is changing. Be kind to yourself as some things may not turn out how you plan, and remember that your struggles will determine your success.
Eamon Campbell '13
University of Nevada, Las Vegas & University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences
Doctor of Physical Therapy in Progress
Eamon Campbell graduated from PCHS Class of 2013 and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Class of 2017. Currently, he is a Doctor of Physical Therapy student at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, Miami. His career goal is to help people optimize their human experience through movement therapy.
Try your best in all high school classes. Developing good study habits in high school will be especially helpful in the first semester of college because it will be one less thing you need to learn to do. Take advantage of any opportunity to volunteer or gain experience in things your are interested in. The best learning will come with doing. You will find out if you like or do not like something by doing it, and you do not want to find out you do not like something after you have already paid for classes to learn about it.