Wheat Ridge High School's Class of 2019

Photos by Casey Van Divier
Posted 5/18/19

For Wheat Ridge High's class of 2019, the May 17 graduation ceremony was full of laughs as speakers brought up past memories and, in the words of student speaker Zoey Terry, “the drama” they …

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Wheat Ridge High School's Class of 2019

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For Wheat Ridge High's class of 2019, the May 17 graduation ceremony was full of laughs as speakers brought up past memories and, in the words of student speaker Zoey Terry, “the drama” they survived throughout four years of high school.
Speakers also gave advice to the graduating seniors during the ceremony at the CU Events Center.
“We do not stop advancing when we stop receiving report cards,” said valedictorian Finlay Larson.
“Just as we can encounter challenges on many paths, so too can we find rewards and good experiences,” he said.
Administrators recognized students who had joined a variety of National Honor Societies, students who participated in extracurricular activities and students who received college scholarships. The Wheat Ridge graduating class received more than $3 million in scholarships for the 2019-2020 scho0lyear.
Faculty speaker Adam Goudge advised the students to make the most of the paths that await them.
“We need to stay present,” he said. “Be in your life. Be in the lives of others.”

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