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Class of 2017: in ten years

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Class of 2017: in ten years

Credit: Carrie Coonan and Grace Carey / The Foothill Dragon Press

Credit: Carrie Coonan and Grace Carey / The Foothill Dragon Press

Credit: Carrie Coonan and Grace Carey / The Foothill Dragon Press

Credit: Carrie Coonan and Grace Carey / The Foothill Dragon Press

Lauren Shields

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As high school simmers to an end for the Class of 2017, they begin to picture what their futures will be like. From wanting to be in a house full of cats to some wanting to have a family, the roads ahead of the these ten seniors are unique. To hear their voices, hover over the dot on the bottom left corner of every picture and push play.

 

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Photo Credit: Grace Carey and Carrie Coonan / The Foothill Dragon Press

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