Valor graduates hear calls for service

Posted 5/29/18

Valor Christian High School graduates were encouraged to follow a righteous path at their May 24 commencement ceremony at Cherry Hills Community Church in Highlands Ranch. Maia Rocklin gave the …

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Valor graduates hear calls for service

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Valor Christian High School graduates were encouraged to follow a righteous path at their May 24 commencement ceremony at Cherry Hills Community Church in Highlands Ranch.

Maia Rocklin gave the valedictorian address and encouraged her fellow graduates to use their gifts to make a positive influence in the community, whether those gifts are in servitude, understanding or in worship to God.

“I want you to discover your gifts and thank God for them, and use those gifts,” she said in the address.

Following Rocklin's speech, four students received honorary awards for their servitude and academic and athletic excellence. Emma Carter and Sara Behm were honored with Valor's “Least of These” awards. Caroline Noonan and Blake Stenstrom each received the Valor Eagle award.

John and Sharna Coors delivered the keynote speech and encouraged students to make a decision that the word of God is the standard for which they stand.

John Coors quoted the Gettysburg Address and closed the speech with: “Regardless the cost, Jesus has already won the war for you.”

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