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Local grads offer advice to college-bound students

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sarah rumbles

GPA: 3.5

Type of degree: Associate of Arts

Subject studied: Automotive

What is the most meaningful lesson you learned through your studies?

Throughout my studies, I have learned that I needed to give 100% no matter how hard or easy the classes are. Do your best not only for your family or for a high GPA, but for yourself.

What advice would you give young adults in Pacific County who may soon head to college?

Be smart, be involved and don't take the little opportunities for granted. College is a blast, enjoy it.

 

Sarah Rumbles,

RHS Class of 2008

South Puget Sound Community College

GPA: 3.33

ts Subject studied: Teaching

Future plans: Attend Washington State University of Vancouver to get a Bachelor’s in teaching with a focus in biology

What is the most meaningful lesson you learned through your studies?

Accomplishing your goals takes a lot of work. You want to give up, but you just can't because you don't want to fail. Sometimes it takes every ounce of you to keep going.

What advice would you give young adults in Pacific County who may soon head to college?

Don't let your GPA define you. Everyone has their own talents, yours might not be math or science, it maybe English or PE. Enjoy what you're good at; accept the challenge of doing the hard things. Show yourself you can.

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