"Don't focus on the little things and instead enjoy every moment!"
"My favorite memory at Cherokee is hanging out with my friends during lunch, singing with my friends in choir, and writing and editing articles in Scout Newspaper Club. My advice for students is to get out of your comfort zone and enjoy your moments in high school."
"My advice for students is that it is ok to make mistakes and that it is ok to get out of your comfort zone because you will meet lots of friends!!! Also, that freshman year grades matter a lot. "
"My advice for students is to have fun! Grades are important but so is making memories with your friends."
"My advice for students is to not be afraid of doing things outside your comfort zone; you can learn a lot from it, even if you fail."
"My favorite memory is all the friendships I made over the years and performing with the orchestra in Carnegie Hall."
"My favorite memory about Cherokee was winning first place at regionals for marching band in 2019! It was a huge accomplishment and I will always remember it!"
"My favorite memory from Cherokee was probably all of my years in String Ensemble! We made too many memories to count. Some advice for students would be to just be yourself, and don’t let other people try to influence you or change any of your unique characteristics or opinions!"
"Your grades and mistakes don't define you. Not everything is going to turn out the way you expect it to be."
"Making friends isn't as hard as you think."
"Get involved as much as you can. Take advantage of every opportunity. Your 4 years really do fly by!"
"Don't be afraid to ask questions. Everyone at Cherokee is very welcoming!"