SkyView Academy encouraged to challenge limits

Staff report
Posted 5/21/19

Just shy of 60 SkyView Academy graduates tossed their caps into the air, signaling the end of one chapter and the beginning of the next. The May 18 commencement ceremony took place at the Highlands …

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SkyView Academy encouraged to challenge limits

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Just shy of 60 SkyView Academy graduates tossed their caps into the air, signaling the end of one chapter and the beginning of the next. The May 18 commencement ceremony took place at the Highlands Ranch K-12 charter school, 6161 Business Center Drive.

During his speech, high school principal Jon Ail used a white board covered in algebra problems to get across three points: Always diverge from the easy path, reach out for support and challenge limits.

“Life is a lot like our approach to mathematics. We want life to remain clean and simple and straightforward and uncomplicated,” Ail said. “But that's just not how life is.”

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