Crestview High School Class of 2017 checks out its new alma mater (PHOTOS)

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Senior Leadership student Rylee Hritz helps freshmen find their homerooms during Crestview High School's Bulldog Camp.

BRIAN HUGHES / News Bulletin
Published: Monday, August 12, 2013 at 01:29 PM.

CRESTVIEW — Long hallways, a sprawling campus, multiple out buildings and only six minutes between classes to get through them seems bewildering to a new student.

However, with Leadership program members’ help, new Crestview High School freshmen soon found their homerooms and classrooms during Thursday morning's Bulldog Camp.

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Students rapidly learned where their lockers were, where the cafeteria is, and where to find services such as the health clinic, resource officer and guidance office.

"I definitely was excited when I was a freshman," junior Ian Reagan said. "I think they're a little nervous right now. I know I was. They're going to get helplessly lost on the first day, but I think this (Bulldog Camp) will help them out a lot."

Ethan Sparagowski didn't foresee problems with his academic courses, and as a former People-to-People ambassador to Great Britain, was especially pleased with his social studies class.

"I like world history and stuff like that," he said.

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