Graduating students answer the question: 'How has high school prepared you for the future?'
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There will be very few times in the "real world" where I will need to solve the integral of a polynomial or recite verses of the "Odyssey." I entered high school as a typical freshman -- eager to become a teenager -- and this coming fall I will be starting over as a freshman at UC Davis. In high school, I realized that it's not always about what I learned, but more so about how I learned it.
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