Class of 2017

Heritage grads learn, grow

Posted 5/24/17

Continuing to learn and grow is the key to happiness, Heritage High School's newest crop of graduates was told by Littleton Public Schools Board of Education President Jack Reutzel before they …

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Class of 2017

Heritage grads learn, grow

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Continuing to learn and grow is the key to happiness, Heritage High School's newest crop of graduates was told by Littleton Public Schools Board of Education President Jack Reutzel before they received their diplomas on May 24.

"Information is lightning fast," Reutzel said at Littleton Public Schools Stadium. "Knowledge is slow. Be a lifelong learner."

Blake Smith, giving the commencement address, encouraged his fellow graduates to seek their own happiness.

"Look at your talents and hobbies and decide to choose a path in life that allows you to achieve your potential," he said.

Photos by Kyle Harding

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