Humans of Sophomore Honors: Kylee Waldvogel

I interviewed Kylee Waldvogel about the important lessons she has learned through life, and how it has affected her views of the world.

By Emma W. from Eureka High School in California

“The most important lessons I've learned in life is to always remain optimistic and openhearted. Because I have found that when you do remain optimistic and openhearted you find much more joy in what you are doing, and you tend to love more of the happier side of things and people notice that, and you notice that. You have an overall better life because of it. Not always looking at the bad or negative things. Always looking at what can go good, you know, like sunny side up.”

Eureka High School

Soph Honors, 2nd Period

Sophomore Honors English

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