Legend High School graduates were encouraged to take the next steps in their lives with courage and to continue developing their identities as they enter the next phase of their lives. “Failure is …
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Legend High School graduates were encouraged to take the next steps in their lives with courage and to continue developing their identities as they enter the next phase of their lives.
“Failure is inevitable, courage is necessary.”
That was the message delivered by students Kira Acosta, Brooke Holman and Claire Smith, as they addressed the 2018 graduating class, during the commencement ceremony at EchoPark Stadium May 24.
Valedictorians Nicole Cheisvilli and Darwyn Tran included some humor in their speeches before reminding students to continue building their identity throughout their lives.
“We are designated survivors of high school. Now we must find our identities. Our speeches have a conclusion, but our identities never will.”
Principal Jason Jacob thanked staff, students, parents and family members for making graduation day possible before presenting the graduating class.
“Take time to reflect with family this weekend about your life from the day you were born,” said Jacob. “You are the largest family to graduate from Legend, and as you go forward, continue to grow as individuals.”
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