By ISABELLE MOLINA
An important day for high school seniors was on Tuesday of this week, National Decision Day. This is the day when the undecided students stress frantically to make up their minds and fill out applications while the students who have been committed to their dream school for months sit back and wait for the last few days of high school to come and go. However, even if you have been accepted into college of choice and you are committed, there are still so many other steps to do in order to be completely prepared: signing up for orientation, figuring out your financial costs, applying for housing, and finishing high school strong. Choosing the college you will be attending in the fall is only the first step in a long, hard process. Even though planning for college and your future may be stressful at times, it will pay off in the end and it will become a fun and exciting journey. As of right now, there are 19 school days left for seniors, and I think I can speak for most when I say that I hope that they go by as quick as possible. Happy National Decision Day to all seniors.