Getting Ready for High School Graduation
Now that February is nearly over, high school seniors around the country are entering the final stretch of their secondary education. With just a little more than two months left until graduation, seniors are likely getting excited about finishing high school, enjoying their summer, and the heading off to college or starting a job in the fall.
At EZ Storage® in St. Louis, we love helping people find the perfect self-storage options. If you’re a student who’s preparing for the end of your high school career, or the parent of a high school senior, then we can help you choose the best storage space for anything you want to keep safe.
Storage For Students
As a student, your focus is on graduating and finishing a very important chapter in your life. You’re not sure what lies ahead, even if you are going to college or starting a job in the fall. If you’re planning to move out of your parents’ house, then you might have some belongings that you want to store.
If you’re going to school or starting a job in another state, then you might only be able to take a few boxes with you, while the rest of your things stay in storage until you come back at a later date. You might have a vehicle that you need to store for a few months, and a large storage unit can be the best option for you.
Whatever your plans are for the future, you can find reliable storage options at one of our St. Louis metro area locations. Even if you’re staying in the area, you’ll be glad to know that your belongings are safe and sound!
Storage for Parents
As the parent of a graduating senior, you’re excited that your child has earned their diploma, and that they’re destined for greater things in the very near future. You’re also sad that they’re moving out and you won’t see them as often, but you’re proud of them for accomplishing so much already.
When it comes time to pack things up, it can be a great opportunity to go through boxes and tubs and see what could possibly be put in a self-storage unit. There might be boxes of childhood trophies and mementos that are gathering dust in the attic or basement, and these things might be better protected in a storage space.
If you’re planning to renovate your child’s room once they move out (perhaps not immediately, but in the next year or so), then there are likely some things that you’ll need to move out of the way. Furniture like the bed and the dresser can be put into storage, and you can begin turning the room into a new office or guest room.
As you’re getting ready for high school graduation, whether you’re a student or a parent, it’s important to focus on what’s been accomplished so far, as well as what lies ahead. Preparing for the future is key, and if you need somewhere to store a few belongings, then visit EZ Storage® today.
We look forward to meeting you!