Arapahoe High School Class of 2018: What have you learned that you will carry with you for the rest of your life?

Graduates look back on time in high school

Posted 5/16/18

The most important thing I learned in high school is that you should always ask for help because you can't do everything alone. I always thought I could handle everything by myself. It didn't take me …

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Arapahoe High School Class of 2018: What have you learned that you will carry with you for the rest of your life?

Graduates look back on time in high school

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The most important thing I learned in high school is that you should always ask for help because you can't do everything alone. I always thought I could handle everything by myself. It didn't take me long to realize that not asking for help can hurt you in the long run. I wasn't capable of balancing everything on my own. I wouldn't have made it through high school without the administration, my counselor, or my teachers!

— Harper Finch, Arapahoe High School

I learned it's OK to fail. It's how you get back up and face the next adversity that shapes who you are.

— Maddie Cannon, Arapahoe High School

I learned that it never hurts to try new things. If it weren't for the recommendations and support of my teachers and friends, I wouldn't have done things like run cross country.

— Aidan Price, Arapahoe High School

The people you meet and surround yourself with have a big impact on how you feel and act. It's important to surround yourself with good people.

— Jay Kikkeri, Arapahoe High School

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