Like the jaguar, the school's mascot, Rock Canyon High School graduates are fierce, strong, unique.
“These animals are one-of-a-kind,” graduate Clara Krause said to the class of 2018. “Each of us are detailed to perfection in our own delicate ways.”
The morning of May 26, hundreds of people filled the indoor arena at the University of Denver to watch graduates leave one chapter of life and enter into the next. The school district held the ceremony at the arena due to its size — it can hold about 5,000 people — and in case of inclement weather.
Staff of Rock Canyon will always remember the class of 2018.
As seniors, graduates raised roughly $275,000 for Make-A-Wish week, which will help grant the wishes of children fighting life-threatening illness. And graduates earned more than $15 million in scholarships.
“This school,” Principal Andy Abner said, “will never be the same without you.”
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