The holidays are here! Time is flying by, especially for all you high school juniors and seniors. With SAT prep, college applications, and final exams, you probably haven’t had much time to shop for gifts…or to think about your own wish list. Luckily, we are here to help!
Browse our list of recommended gifts, and find something unique for each of your friends (and maybe a little something for yourself). If you don’t have the time or budget to shop this year, just remember – a nice card or batch of homemade cookies always does the trick. Always.
2014 High School Gift Guide
A Netflix subscription (from $7.99 a month) or Netflix gift card (various denominations), because high school is exhausting and everyone needs a way to sit back and just chill.
A Snuggie ($14.99), because they’re warm and cozy and hilariously awesome. You and your friends can wear them ironically … or not.
An iPhone lens, like this Olloclip 4-in-1 Lens System ($69.95), for clearer iPhone images. Since that’s the only camera most people use, anyway.
Maybe put these luxurious headphones ($137.99) on your wish list, since they’re a bit of a splurge. They’d be great for listening to relaxing music as you study.
Apple Nike + iPod Sport Kit for iPod Nano ($29.99), because exercise is vital for mind and body health. Plus, taking a quick jog is a great way to spend a study break!
A backpack upgrade ($39.99), because you and your friends need something stylish to carry all your books in, and these Herschel backpacks come in tons of cool colors and patterns.
A Northface jacket (from $149.99), because it’s great to look nice even when it’s insanely cold outside.
A stylish notebook ($9.95), so your notes can be hipster, too.
Let us know what’s on your wish list this holiday season, by leaving a comment below. 🙂
About Rita Neumann
Rita helps high schoolers find Magoosh, improve their SAT/ACT scores, and get into their dream schools. She earned both her BA and Master of Pacific International Affairs from UC San Diego, where she also studied Spanish, French, and Portuguese. Rita loves education and marketing, just as much as she loves vinyasa yoga and baking chocolate chip cookies.
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