Senior Brad Kerkhoff thinks otherwise, “it is inevitable” and a “bad case of it is already appearing in my grade.”
Some believe that senioritis shouldn’t happen until towards the end of the school year, such as senior Andrew Malloy, who said that senioritis is “caused by just wanting to get through the rest of the year and pretty much just feeling like quitting toward the end of the school year.”
Kerkhoff said that senioritis is “acceptable about a month or two into the school year” because he thinks that “you know all you are going to get.” Kerhoff said that he thinks a cause of senioritis may be because of “the dreariness of coming to school ever day to do the same thing.”
Malloy said that he had senioritis towards the start of the year but has gotten his act together because he “just wants to get through the school year.” He is excited about graduation and “not having to come to school and being on [his] own”
Senioritis may be inevitable in some minds but for others it can be prevented or overcome.