Your Senior Year Bucket List Won't Be Complete Without These 14 Ideas

If you're heading into your senior year of high school, congrats, you finally made it to the top of the food chain!

All jokes aside, senior year is bound to be your best year yet and you have a lot to look forward to. Not only are you the oldest class on campus, but you're one step closer to entering the real world. And no senior year is complete without making a killer bucket list! Not sure where to even begin? Here are 14 bucket list ideas to complete your senior year of high school.

1. Go to Football Games

If you're the type of person to avoid football games at all costs, give them a chance your senior year. Even if you don't pay attention to the game, sitting and cheering with your fellow classmates is loads of fun.

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2. Join a Club

We know, we know—joining a club in your last year of high school seems like an odd decision, but now is the time to step out of your comfort zone. Whether it's something like art, French, fashion, science or something else, joining a club is a great way to explore your passions and meet new people.

 

3. Attend Every Dance

Whether you have a date or not, senior year is your last chance to go to a high school dance, so grab a hot date or your bestie and go to each and every dance.

 

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4. Plan a Senior Trip

Senior trips are something you can only enjoy once, so you should make the most out of it. Whether you join one put on by your school or you plan one yourself with your friend group, this is a trip you will remember for the rest of your life.

 

5. Watch a Sunrise

Sure, we've all seen sunsets, but have you ever woken up early enough to watch a sunrise? If you haven't, we highly suggest doing so with your best friend (or pup!) by your side.

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6. Participate in the Senior Prank

Senior pranks aren't usually too wild these days (we're not living in a '90s movie!) but they are still a lot of fun to participate in. From using "anything but a bag" as a bag to bringing your dog to school, there are tons of senior prank options out there to choose from.

 

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7. Write a Letter to Your Future Self

At the very start of your senior year, write a letter to your future self to open on the day of your graduation. You'll be able to see how much you've grown and changed in just one short year.

 

8. Go to Basketball Games

The only time in your life that you'll be able to truly enjoy a high school basketball game is if you, too, are in high school. Sit in the bleachers with your besties and cheer on your school's team.

 

9. Sign Your Crush's Yearbook

Signing a yearbook may seem like the easiest thing in the world, but what if it's your crush's yearbook? And what if you let them know you've been crushing on them? That's the ultimate bucket list item to tick off!

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10. Try Out for the School Play/Musical

If you've always enjoyed going to plays and musicals, now is the time to try out for the ones your school puts on! Even if you land a background role or just work on props, it will bring you so much joy.

 

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11. Decorate Your Locker

Going to classes all day long isn't the most fun thing in the world. But what will make it a little bit better is by decorating your locker. You visit your locker multiple times throughout the day, so it might as well be a space you love.

 

12. Journal Once a Week

If you're new to journaling, we're not going to tell you to journal every day—that's just impractical. So, start out by journaling once a week and talk about what happened, how you're feeling, what you accomplished and more.

 

13. Make a Scrapbook

Scrapbooking can take a long time, but if you spread it out over the course of a year, it will feel like hardly any work. Throughout your senior year, update your scrapbook's pages with memorable moments, pictures, memorabilia and notes.

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14. Ask Your Crush Out

Last but not least—ask your crush out! Chances are the two of you will be heading off to different colleges and won't see each other as often. So be confident and put yourself out there.

 

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