06.14.2022

Meet Treehouse’s Class of 2022!

   

Graduations are huge milestones and a result of years of hard work and perseverance. To highlight and celebrate their achievement, here are some of Treehouse’s 2022 graduates. We are so proud of all of them! See what graduating means to them and what their hopes are for their future.

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Alicia, Foss High School
“Graduating is important to me because I want to go to college. In 10 years, I see myself teaching in a high school or elementary school. One word to describe how graduating makes me feel is proud.”

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Alexis, Grad Alliance
Graduating was important to me because I wanted to go to college and do whatever career I decide along the path. In 10 years, I see myself living in my own house, having my career that I always wanted. One word to describe how graduating makes me feel is proud.”

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Alondra, Shorecrest High School
“Graduating is important to me because it means that I’ll be the first in my family to graduate and go to college, and that’s really special. In 10 years, I see myself doing something that I really love, and hopefully that’s law. One word to describe how I’m feeling about graduating is overjoyed.”

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Connor, Jackson High School
“One thing about graduation that is important to me is I’ll be the first one in my family to graduate. That’s pretty important, and that’s one of many reasons. In 10 years, I see myself working in the trades, working as an electrician hopefully. One word I could use to describe how graduating makes me feel is relieved.”

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Connor, Evergreen High School
“Graduating is important to me because… in 10 years, I see myself being a big-time animator. One word to describe graduating, how graduating makes me feel is it sure is happening.”

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David, Deer Park High School
“Graduation is important to me because it’s one big step that leads to my future. In 10 years, I see myself at an HVAC company in a higher position than the entry-level, making enough money to support a family. If I could describe high school and graduating in one word and how it makes me feel, I would describe it as blissful because it’s just a lot of stress relieved and one big step in my life.”

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Dulce, Shorewood High School
“Graduating is important to me because it’s something I didn’t think was possible in previous years because, if I’m being honest, I wasn’t the best student at all. But here I am, set to graduate! In 10 years, I see myself creating my own show with all the characters I’ve made, and hopefully it will be a project near and dear to my heart. One word to describe how graduating makes me feel, and I’m going to be honest, is anxious, because one can never know what the future holds, right?”

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Eldin, Foss High School
“Graduating is important for me because I’m the first people in my family that is graduating. After school, I want to study at a technical college.”

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Isreal, Graham-Kapowsin High School
“Graduating is something that’s important to me because it’s something I’ve worked on doing my whole life, and it lets me know that I’m ready to start a new journey. In 10 years, I see myself in a self-sufficient situation with a house and a job I love doing. One word that describes how graduating makes me feel is accomplished.”

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Jackie, Life Christian Academy
“Graduating is important to me because it’s just a big step in life, and I’m so glad to be accomplishing that… I plan on attending college to get my Bachelor’s in business management, and then in 10 years, I hope to see myself opening up a business and then whatever comes my way… One word that describes me graduating would be excited. I’m so so excited to be able to accomplish this goal.”

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Jacob, Liberty High School
“Graduating is important to me because it makes me learn and makes me positive about things after life. In 10 years, I see myself recording music with other people. One word to describe how graduating makes me feel is freedom.”

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Jonah, Cascade Parent Partnership Program
“Graduating is important to me because it would be hitting a huge achievement in my life so far, one step closer to being independent. In 10 years, I see myself for one being happy and successful. I think one word to describe myself for graduating would be proud.”

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Kevin, Shoreline Schools – District Based Transition Program
“Graduating is important to me because I want to work. In 10 years, I see myself helping people. One word to describe how graduating makes me feel is happy.”

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Kevin, Fort Vancouver High School
“Graduation is important to me because it will be opening more doors. In 10 years, I see myself working at a restaurant or working a part-time job. If I had to put how I feel about graduation in one word I would say relieved out of a lot of things.”

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Kianna, Cheney High School
“The one thing that is important to me is graduation because like… In the next 10 years, I see myself working at Mitchell’s IGA. One word that would describe graduation is happy.”

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Lashaya, Evergreen High School
“Graduating is important to me because, well one, I’ll be the first one in my family to graduate from high school and also into college, which I’ll be going to Central in the fall in Ellensburg. In 10 years, I see myself, hopefully, maintain a career of some sort. My goal is to become a social worker and start helping to change procedures and policies about foster families and how case workers do things because… I know how things work and I think it’ll be a good opportunity to help other foster youth such as myself. One word to describe graduation to me is proud because I am truly proud of myself and how far I’ve come as an individual and as a student and I hope in the next 10 years I see myself doing things I love and being around people I love as well and just continuing on being a great student and great person.”

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Lexie, Woodinville High School
“Graduation is important to me because I’m the first one in my family to graduate high school. In 10 years, I see myself as a police officer. One word to describe how graduation makes me feel is proud.”

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Lily, Sammamish High School
“Graduating is important to me because neither of my parents did so I would be part of the first generation. In 10 years, I hope to see myself teaching a math class because that is something that I am very passionate about. One word to describe how graduating makes me feel is excited. I am very excited about the upcoming future.”

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Nah’Sira, Skyview High School
“Graduating is important to me because I feel you’ve got to finish what you start. In 10 years, I see myself as a nurse. And one word describing how graduating makes me feel is relief.”

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Natalie, Shorecrest High School
“Graduating is important to me because I want to go to college and study psychology and criminology. In 10 years, I see myself working as a therapist. One word to describe how graduating makes me feel is exciting.”

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Nick, Riverview Learning Center with the program CLIP
“Graduating is important to me because it’s taking me one step further towards college and that is one step towards the career I want to be in. In 10 years, I see myself working as a homicide detective. One word to describe how graduating makes me feel is accomplished. Class of 2022!”

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Reylvi, Hazen High School
“Graduating is important for me because I have learned so many things. I have met a lot of people. I have made a lot of new friends. I see myself in 10 years working as a barber in my own business. I feel so excited. I feel proud of myself.”

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Sandra, Graham-Kapowsin High School
“Graduating is important to me because I will be a first-generation graduate. And it is also important to me because I am constantly pushing myself to do better than my parents have in the past. In 10 years, I see myself in a job that I love, having a living space of my own and possibly even having a child. One word to describe how graduating makes me feel is successful.”

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Selina, Central Valley High School
“Graduating is important to me because it gives me better job opportunities in the future and, like, a better chance for education. In 10 years, I see myself being an esthetician. Graduating has made me feel very accomplished.”

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Sophea, University High School
“Graduating is important to me because it’s the first step in the right direction. It’s the beginning of everything and anything. I’m more than capable of achieving anything I want to, and getting that high school diploma is the first step in order to achieve all my goals, so I’m super excited. In 10 years, I see myself graduating from Whitworth University, and hopefully, I will be teaching and helping kids in need like Treehouse has helped me and like my teachers have helped me. I will be financially stable and healed and supporting myself. One word to describe how graduating makes me feel is excited. I’m excited to get out into the world and try new things and have independence and to be able to have that space to heal and grow on my own. Thank you Treehouse for supporting me all throughout high school. I really couldn’t have done it without you guys – you have no idea how much it means to me.”

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Zaden, Lincoln High School
“Why graduating is important to me is because I want to support my loved ones. I see myself as a married man with a possible child in 10 years. One word that graduating makes me feel is accomplished.”

Congratulations, 2022 graduates! We believe in you and are so proud of all you have accomplished!

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angela kelly

June 15, 2022

these grads made me proud to support treehouse.

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