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IT'S A GOOD DAY TO BE A BURRRO!
Why the BURRO?
The BURROis VERSATILE, ADAPTABLE, and RESOURCEFUL.THEY FIND A WAY!
The BURROlives a LIFE OF SERVICEwith the willingness to take on the burdens and responsibilities of OTHERS
The BURROis HARDWORKINGand will carry a heavy load for a long distance because they are DETERMINEDand PERSISTENT
The BURROhas a well-known reputation for being HEADSTRONG. This is not in a foolish manner, but rather the result of having a HIGHER INTELLECTwith regard to CONSERVATIONand PRESERVATION
The BURROis INTELLIGENT. They have learned to trust their instincts and believe their intuition making them capable of having FAITHin themselves in ANY SITUATION
The BURROis HUMBLEand SELF-CONFIDENT
The BURROis PATIENTand RESILIENT. They will OVERCOMEADVERSITY
The BURROis often UNDERESTIMATED
The BURRO WILL GIVE MORE THAN IT TAKES TO REACH THE GOAL
THE BURRO NEVER QUITS
Burroughs High School is proud of its 2019 graduates that have signed a letter of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers: Alec Bloomberg will be attending Moorpark College this fall to play football. Additionally, Kyle Rogers, Marco Hernandez, and Logan Dilley will be entering the Marines this summer.
2018 graduates that have signed a letter of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers: Jack Sherritt will be attending Division 3 Kenyon College in Ohio. Brandon Milner signed to go to Concordia University of Chicago. Finally Tristen Foisy will be traveling to one of the best engineering schools in the country Rose-Hulman in Indiana to continue his football career, also a Division 3 school. Wyatt Soto will also be attending Colorado Mesa University.