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Senior Chords and Stoles

Embracing accomplishments with every chord and stole

Senior chords and stoles are special accessories worn by graduating high school seniors during their graduation ceremony. They are symbolic items that represent various achievements, honors, or affiliations. Each color represents a different accomplishment or recognition. Let us see what it took for Joann Ardon to earn his chords.

Q. “What did it take to earn the chords?”

A. “Honestly it took countless nights of just not sleeping at 10 even though I wanted to so bad, I slept around 1 am [or] 2 am doing my homework and just doing stuff for my clubs too.”

While working extremely hard to be able to get chords and stoles by participating in clubs school and academics else, what did Maddison Randal do to be eligible to wear the chords?

Q. “Did you have to meet any specific requirements or criteria to be eligible to wear the cords and stoles?”

A. “Stoles, I had to go to so many events and volunteer, and for my chord, I had to volunteer once a week for every event we did.”

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Valeria Aguayo
Hello, my name is Valeria Aguayo, and I'm a senior at La Sierra High School where I'm a staff member for The Sunrise yearbook. Outside of journalism, I enjoy taking art and dance classes. In my free time, I train for boxing, listen to music, and sleep.

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