What I have learned that I will carry with me through the rest of my life is the importance of friends, family and your community. Any time any family in Castle Rock was going through a hard time the …
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What I have learned that I will carry with me through the rest of my life is the importance of friends, family and your community. Any time any family in Castle Rock was going through a hard time the whole community never hesitated to help in any way they could. I made so many friendships in my life, and no matter where I go in life, I know I have a tremendous amount of support from everyone I've met through the years.
— Megan Kowalis, Castle View High School
The biggest thing I have learned throughout my time at Castle View is to never lose sight of the end goal! Although at times high school hasn't always been the easiest and most fun, it's all going to be worth it after I graduate. The long nights of studying, stressing and procrastinating will all be worth it when I walk the stage at Red Rocks. I will carry this mindset with me the rest of my life because I know that things aren't always going to come easy but as long as I work hard and keep sight of the end goals, whatever that is at the time, it will help me push through and make that next victory so much sweeter!
— Ryan Remy, Castle View High School
I learned that believing in yourself and others around you will make things become easier. When we were going to state for volleyball I had my doubts about my teammates, other teams and even myself. Trusting in those things made it easier to do what I needed to do. Believing that your teammates, coaches, teachers, parents and yourself have your back will make you able to focus on your goals and what you want to accomplish, which is the most important. Making sure that you are doing your best and believing in the people around you is the most important things I've learned.
— Ashley Joseph, Castle View High School
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