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voices of mcps grads

What Does it Mean to be an #MCPSGrad?

More than 10,500 students are graduating from Montgomery County Public Schools in 2017. Hear from some of our graduates on what their plans are after high school, what they'll miss about their schools and what graduation means to them.

Phenite, Wheaton High School

...I'm starting at Montgomery College with the physical therapy assistant program and then I hope I'm going to get in to Johns Hopkins because it's my dream university.  

Joe, Paint Branch High School

Graduation means to me...that it's not the end, it's only the beginning.  

Dermer, Rockville High School

I try to work hard because I want to achieve my dreams and help my family in the future.  

Izzy, Northwest High School

I'm going to miss this amazing atmosphere where people are just open and accepting of everyone.  

Lydia, Rockville High School

[The staff] have helped me so much throughout my four years at high school and I honestly couldn't be able to graduate without them.  

Makenzie, Damascus High School

I want to do secondary education. I want to do it primarily in math because I enjoyed math since I started high school.  

Keren, Rockville High School

I have two younger sisters and I like that they see me as an example and that they enroll in a college or university in the future.  

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