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Lutheran High School celebrated the accomplishments and character of the class of 2017 with a commencement ceremony at Southeast Christian Church in Parker on May 26.
Principal David Ness sang the Class of 2017's praises during his speech and offered advice with what he called his “high five” of guidelines: doing little things well, always getting up after setbacks, taking control of their attitude and effort, being bold in their faith and remembering that they are not alone.
“Over the last four years, I have seen an intelligent, talented, creative, and athletic class continually serve others, perform, create and achieve on so many different levels,” Ness said.
Valedictorian Stephanie Norris said her time at “LuHi” taught her to seek truth, and to have faith that God has a plan for each graduate at the ceremony.
“Actively search for your answers and do not be close minded,” Norris said. “Gain perspective and remember that He has a plan for all of us.”
Hannah Holm, another valedictorian who spoke at the commencement, gave her perspective of her and her classmates as they transition from high schoolers to adults, while complimenting the teachers and staff at Lutheran that prepared them for the change.
“I put the culture of the 2017 Lutheran High School Senior class into one sentence: A group of fearless teens, made adaptable by our teachers for the purpose of encouraging the faith wherever the student goes,” Holm said.
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