I've learned that finding a purpose for everything you do is essential. I made goals for myself throughout high school, and every part of the last four years has led me to my dream college, Brigham …
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I've learned that finding a purpose for everything you do is essential. I made goals for myself throughout high school, and every part of the last four years has led me to my dream college, Brigham Young University. Without a purpose, I would've never had a drive to work hard and grow myself so much. I now feel prepared to continue my education and career with a purpose.
— Demi Francis, Highlands Ranch High School
I have learned to work hard, and I've seen the benefits that come because of it. I have also learned to value my friends and the time I have with them, because we'll all be separated in a few short months.
— Lizzie Vestal, Highlands Ranch High School
Something I have learned in high school is that you can find friends in the most unlikely places. No matter what the situation is you will always find a friend.
— Emily Conway, Highlands Ranch High School
I have learned that you have to live in the moment. Have a sense of your future and have goals, but don't let that cloud what is happening right now (especially relationships with friends). Life changes by the minute. No matter what you like or dislike about the present, it all matters to shape your future.
— Jessica Santos, Highlands Ranch High School
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