One high school student went out of his way on social media to make a difference for his classmates and no one knew about it until graduation.
Konner Sauve gave his fellow students a real shock during his graduation speech a couple of weeks ago. Sauve, the co-valedictorian of East Valley High School in Yakima, Washington, told his class he was behind the Instagram account where kind thoughts were shared about his fellow students, ABC News reported.
For nearly an entire year, Sauve anonymously posted pictures and kind words about students from his school on an Instagram account under the username @TheBenevolentOne3.
“I wanted to focus on the better aspects of people,” the 18-year-old told the news outlet. “To shed positive light on each individual, make them feel appreciated, and to know that someone cares.”
The teen shared over 650 photos of his classmates with every post featuring a caption of what makes them great. He managed to complete each student in the class of 2014, 2016,Read More »from High school boy secretly posted kind thoughts about classmates on Instagram