Class of 2018: Where we are going

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Class of 2018: Where we are going

Many from the graduate class of 2018 stay in Calif., while others spread across the nation. Credit: Chloe Hilles and Emily van Deinse / The Foothill Dragon Press

Many from the graduate class of 2018 stay in Calif., while others spread across the nation. Credit: Chloe Hilles and Emily van Deinse / The Foothill Dragon Press

Many from the graduate class of 2018 stay in Calif., while others spread across the nation. Credit: Chloe Hilles and Emily van Deinse / The Foothill Dragon Press

Many from the graduate class of 2018 stay in Calif., while others spread across the nation. Credit: Chloe Hilles and Emily van Deinse / The Foothill Dragon Press

Chloe Hilles

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As graduation is rapidly approaching—23 days, but who is counting—seniors have been committing near and far to collegiate institutions. The Foothill Technology High School Class of 2018 is spreading across the United States, as far as London, and to all types of continued education: community college, university, armed forces and academies. Students who have chosen to take a gap year or join the work force are not represented on this map. 

 

Credit: Chloe Hilles and Emily van Deinse / The Foothill Dragon Press

Credit: Chloe Hilles and Emily van Deinse / The Foothill Dragon Press

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