• Ayah Mohammad

Student Perspective: Ayah Mohammad's Senior Letter


As the school year comes to a close, Pleasant View School graduates share their thoughts and reflections.

I loved high school. Not everyone has had the same experience but regardless, there is so much to look forward to. Your whole life is ahead of you.

My advice to anyone reading this is to take advantage of where you are in life, whether you’re an incoming high school freshmen or a graduating senior, take advantage of every opportunity that comes your way because it will work to your advantage.

Something as simple as an AP test can save you thousands of dollars in classes and a lot of time. Trust your teachers, because a lot of the time they know what they’re talking about and want to help you succeed - even if it doesn't seem like it at times.

The most important piece of advice I can give is to trust Allah (swt). You’re going to make mistakes and you’re going to struggle, but remember that Allah (swt) has a plan for you and no matter what you will be okay.

Your problems now will not be your problems a year from now, so don’t stress yourself out. Most importantly, don’t let go of Allah (swt). Know your priorities. You are who you choose to be.

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