Graduates Ride Emotional High from Successfully Meeting Minimum Standards
One week into their new lives as allegedly contributing members of society, recent local high school graduates are still riding an emotional high from completing the biggest achievement of their lives: meeting the criteria for graduation as defined in the Washington State law and school board policy. It's like, so great to finally be like, done with school said Sarah Donohue, a graduate of Inglemoor High in Kenmore. Local teens reported feeling a lasting sense of accomplishment and satisfaction after successfully reaching the level of education required to obtain such illustrious jobs as cashier, car salesman, and food preparation worker.