What lessons have you learned?


April Mechling

“You don’t really think it’s going to go by fast but it does. It hits you like a bus.”


Bryanna Sipes

“No matter how big the fight is, it will always end… No matter how far apart we end up, I know my best friend is still my best friend.”


Gyle Sines

“You definitely learn sportsmanship. I remember this one time, me and Tyler Damiano were walking down the street and saw a kid being bullied… we stepped in. That kid sure looked up to us. You look out for people and good things happen.”


Milan Dunwoodie

“I learned in autobody/collision repair how much I love detailing cars. It’s going to help me get a good job in a shop. I plan to make a good future for myself and my family.”


We asked Wellington High School graduates Sunday at commencement about the lessons they’ve learned — the ones they’ll carry with them after graduation, whether learned in the classroom, on the field, or with friends.

April Mechling

“You don’t really think it’s going to go by fast but it does. It hits you like a bus.”

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April Mechling

“You don’t really think it’s going to go by fast but it does. It hits you like a bus.”

Bryanna Sipes

“No matter how big the fight is, it will always end… No matter how far apart we end up, I know my best friend is still my best friend.”

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Bryanna Sipes

“No matter how big the fight is, it will always end… No matter how far apart we end up, I know my best friend is still my best friend.”

Gyle Sines

“You definitely learn sportsmanship. I remember this one time, me and Tyler Damiano were walking down the street and saw a kid being bullied… we stepped in. That kid sure looked up to us. You look out for people and good things happen.”

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Gyle Sines

“You definitely learn sportsmanship. I remember this one time, me and Tyler Damiano were walking down the street and saw a kid being bullied… we stepped in. That kid sure looked up to us. You look out for people and good things happen.”

Milan Dunwoodie

“I learned in autobody/collision repair how much I love detailing cars. It’s going to help me get a good job in a shop. I plan to make a good future for myself and my family.”

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Milan Dunwoodie

“I learned in autobody/collision repair how much I love detailing cars. It’s going to help me get a good job in a shop. I plan to make a good future for myself and my family.”