Graduation 2017

Heritage High School graduate Matt McClurg

Posted 5/18/17

McClurg was on the Honor Roll, a National Honor Society member, student government representative and Life 101 leader. He also played football and basketball. He has committed to play football …

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Graduation 2017

Heritage High School graduate Matt McClurg

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McClurg was on the Honor Roll, a National Honor Society member, student government representative and Life 101 leader. He also played football and basketball. He has committed to play football at Oklahoma State University, where he plans to double major in mechanical and aerospace engineering.

What career would you like to pursue and why?

I want to be an engineer. It's a great way to display my math and science skills in the real world.

What do you hope to accomplish in life?

Throughout my life experiences, I would like to achieve perfection in everything I do. Life is too short not to excel at anything you put your mind to. Whether it may be football or engineering, I know that giving 100 percent effort in everything I do will result in major success.

If I could do anything, it would be ...

Becoming a successful man. I would like to try and show my various attributes to society, in order to let my parents know they are proud of the person that I become.

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