Heritage 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

While at Heritage, I've gotten to see a wide variety of personalities and values. This has helped me be better prepared to work in groups and accept different viewpoints and outcomes later in life. …

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Heritage 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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While at Heritage, I've gotten to see a wide variety of personalities and values. This has helped me be better prepared to work in groups and accept different viewpoints and outcomes later in life.

— Jake Swartout, Heritage High School

Throughout my years at Heritage, I have learned what it means to be part of a community, which has taught me to step up and be there for my fellow classmates when they needed help and also how to ask for help when I needed it. Heritage has taught me how relationships are truly the most important thing in life.

— Allie Schuman, Heritage High School

I learned at Heritage that it's incredibly important to stand up for what you believe in, but that it's even more important to always love one another. No matter what you believe in, the most important thing is to be empathetic and compassionate.

— Gabi Ahles, Heritage High School

I have learned the meaning of true friendship, how to work hard and apply myself, and how to create a family outside of my own. I’ve also learned how to try to keep things in perspective, thrive from failure, and prioritize my day so I can still manage to have a little fun. Most importantly, I’ve learned how to just be myself.

— CJ Mitchell, Heritage High School

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