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Graduates study, work abroad

From Greece to Indonesia, graduates from the Class of 2018 Chris Balicki and Kara Whitesell are taking classes and volunteering instead of heading down the traditional path.

From Greece to Indonesia, graduates from the Class of 2018 Chris Balicki and Kara Whitesell are taking classes and volunteering instead of heading down the traditional path.

Credit: Courtesy of Chris Balicki

From Greece to Indonesia, graduates from the Class of 2018 Chris Balicki and Kara Whitesell are taking classes and volunteering instead of heading down the traditional path.

Credit: Courtesy of Chris Balicki

Credit: Courtesy of Chris Balicki

From Greece to Indonesia, graduates from the Class of 2018 Chris Balicki and Kara Whitesell are taking classes and volunteering instead of heading down the traditional path.

Graduates study, work abroad

After graduation, students take many different paths. Some go straight to college, while others may choose to take a gap year. A handful of students even decide to go abroad. WSPN checked in with WHS Class of 2018 graduates Chris Balicki and Kara Whitesell for an update on what they are doing abroad.

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Chris Balicki: Studying abroad in Greece was a no-brainer
Kara Whitesell: Being in Bali was like living in a dream world