Bear Creek High School's Class of 2018

Photos by Glenn Wallace
Posted 5/18/18

The day was beautiful the morning of May 18, as the Bear Creek High School Class of 2018 celebrated their graduation at Red Rocks Amphitheater. Class Valedictorian Courtney Roush remarked that their …

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Bear Creek High School's Class of 2018

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The day was beautiful the morning of May 18, as the Bear Creek High School Class of 2018 celebrated their graduation at Red Rocks Amphitheater.

Class Valedictorian Courtney Roush remarked that their class was the first to be born in the new millennium. That spirit of newness pervaded the ceremony, Senior Senator Quenton DiDonato stressed that now, it was up for the graduates to forge their own path.

"Always walk tall and be proud, Bears," he said in his opening remarks.

Bear Creek Principal Lynn Torr put it this way: "You spent the last 18 years living up to the expectations of others. Now, you can live up to your own."

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