Fifth-grader Deondray Weddington smiled as he read his answer scrawled in orange crayon on a worksheet.
“My favorite place is the MAC bus,” he said.
In the long winter months, Zoe Bartel sometimes goes days without seeing the sun.
The swimmer, who has already qualified for Olympic Trials once before, finds herself swimming laps well before dawn. After the final bell rings, she’s back on the grind. That’s before she even starts her homework.
The world looks like a much brighter place to Mary Gilliland than it did just a few years ago.
PSD is proud of the accomplishments of all graduates and wishes each one the best of luck with their future plans!
When Maddy Marchand was just 16 years old, she thought she’d seen the inside of a high school for the last time.
So when she decided to return to Poudre Community Academy after six months away, she wanted to make a triumphant entrance.
Several dedicated students received their diplomas through the PSD General Education Development (GED) and Opportunities Unlimited programs during a memorable ceremony May 22.
Congratulations to these impressive 2018 PSD graduates!
The PSD Community Connections program and Cooper Home Learning 4Living program honored outstanding graduates during ceremonies this spring.
PSD congratulates the graduates for all of their hard work and accomplishments over the years!
The Cooper Home Learning 4Living, a transition support program for students, will honor two graduates at a celebration May 25.
- Scarlet Kapoor
- Corey Schneider
As his phone buzzed in his pocket, Harrison Knostman sat quietly in his yearbook class and felt a knot forming in his stomach.
His phone was lighting up with text messages from dancers around the country. The Juilliard School’s Admissions Office was starting to make The Call.
Hunched over a glowing iPhone in her Fort Collins apartment, Abby Millar looks at the screen and chats with her family as they sit at a restaurant 3,500 near their home miles away.
Anuja Gore has a simple piece of advice for underclassmen: Be weird.
As she prepares to graduate from Fort Collins High School, she hopes to leave behind a legacy of inclusion.
“Don’t be scared to be weird, and don’t be afraid to express your interests,” she said. “If someone makes fun of you, they are the ones who have a problem.”