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Student Spotlight: Fairview

Student Spotlight: Fairview

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"The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step."

That's the motto of the Class of 2013 at Fairview High School in Montana.

In tonight's Student Spotlight, we meet the top graduate from Fairview, ready to take that first step.

(Cole Skorpil, Fairview Senior) "The teachers are good, they help you out with any problems you need. It's a good sized school, not tiny not big. I like shop and working with metals and building things. I like science too, I'm going to be an engineer and like working in math and science. I have been in football for all four years, actually set a school record in that. I've been in some other sports but football was my main one. I'm going to Bozeman, MSU, and will start engineering. I plan on getting a good career and going far with that and have a good life."

Congratulations to these honor students at Fairview High School.

Graduation day for all 26 seniors is May 18th.

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