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Student Megan Koch told classmates to always “strive for gold” and do their best in life. Jacqueline Jiang, valedictorian, encouraged classmates to “live a life that you're proud of,” or, to start again if that's not the case.
Taylor Vogel, also valedictorian, commended seniors for their time in high school.
“We did more than just make it. We crushed it,” he said. “We will leave Ranch better than we found it.”
Highlands Ranch High School graduated the class of 2018 on May 16 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, to the praise of faculty, administrators and the cheers of their friends and family. Faculty speaker Emily Muellenberg, a social studies teacher, said the students taught her as much as she taught them.
Principal Christopher Page Jr. told seniors in light of their time at Highlands Ranch High School, he is excited to see who they will become after graduation.
“You have done some amazing things,” Page said, “in a very short amount of time.”
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