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2017 Senior Salute: This year’s Vail Valley high school graduates

Bianca Valenzuela

Vail Christian High School

Favorite school moment from any year: Night of senior prank, when we projected movies onto the wall and played "Just Dance" all night.

Give a shout out: Shout out to Mama Whitley and Mama Hixon for helping me get into the college of my dreams.

Summer plans: I plan on working and camping as much as possible with my friends.

Where are you headed this fall: University of Alabama.

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If you're leaving Eagle County, what will you miss most: I'm going to miss skiing in the winter.

In 10 years, you'll be: In 10 years I want to be as happy as I can be doing whatever I'm doing.

Favorite class ever: AP Statistics.

Class you wish had been offered: French.

Blake Petersen

Battle Mountain High School

Favorite school moment from any year: Vonaroo.

Where are you headed this fall: McNally Smith College of Music.

If you're leaving Eagle County, what will you miss most: The amazing views.

Class you wish had been offered: Music theory.

Timaree McKenny

Battle Mountain High School

Favorite school moment from any year: Sophomore, making it to the volleyball state tournament and winning regionals.

Give a shout out: Grandma Faye.

Summer plans: Lake Powell! … Work … more Lake Powell.

Where are you headed this fall: Flagler College, St. Augustine, Florida.

If you are leaving Eagle County, what will you miss most? Being able to have all four seasons and being in the mountains.

In 10 years, you will be: I have no earthly idea.

Favorite class ever: Ceramics and Drawing.

Class you wish had been offered: French (my aunt lives in Paris).

Mack Callicrate

Vail Christian High School

Favorite school moment from any year: Opening night of the VCHS musical, "Mary Poppins."

Give a shout out: Melinda Carlson. Melinda has done an absolutely amazing job creating magic in the VCHS Theater Department. I cannot thank her enough! She has taught me so many important life lessons.

Summer plans: Working, traveling and running with my puppy, Django.

Where are you headed this fall: The University of San Francisco.

If you're leaving Eagle County, what will you miss most: Hiking the trails with my puppy.

In 10 years, you'll be: An attorney practicing criminal law.

Favorite class ever: Mrs. Cooper's AP Literature!

Class you wish had been offered: Intro to Gender and Politics in Comparative Perspective.

Clayton Olesen

Eagle Valley High School

Favorite school moment from any year: Basketball my sophomore year.

Give a shout out: My whole family and EVHS Staff

Summer plans: Work.

Where are you headed this fall: Colorado Mesa University.

If you're leaving Eagle County, what will you miss most: My family and the mountains.

In 10 years, you'll be: Division of Wildlife officer.

Favorite class ever: Freshmen Seminar with Mr. Beard.

Class you wish had been offered: Archery/outdoors.

Sara Sullivan

Battle Mountain High School

Favorite school moment from any year: There are too many to count, but some of my favorite memories are the NYC Art Trip, track my senior year and the fun times with my basketball team this past season.

Give a shout out: To my family who has supported me every step of the way. Thank you for everything.

Summer plans: Work, spend time with friends and family and enjoy all that the mountains have to offer.

Where are you headed this fall: Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

If you're leaving Eagle County, what will you miss most: The endless beauty of the mountains that surround us and the closeknit community I grew up in.

In 10 years, you'll be: Phat, happy and livin' the dream.

Favorite class ever: AP World History with Mrs. Wagner.

Class you wish had been offered: International Relations.

To see your senior

To see your 2017 high school graduate in the newspaper, answer the questions these grads answered, and email them to randy@vaildaily.com, along with a senior portrait or other photos. Feel free to be as serious or irreverent as you choose.