John Leyba, The Denver PostAdam Stark poses for a portrait outside Beta Night Club on June 2, 2017 where he DJs in Denver. Adam dropped out of Metro after a year and half to pursue a career in music production.
By MONTE WHALEY | firstname.lastname@example.org | The Denver Post
PUBLISHED: June 4, 2017 at 6:17 am | UPDATED: June 5, 2017 at 2:36 pm
John Maxwell is curious about the world and freely shares, in casual conversation, tidbits of English history. Yet he says he’ll never again set foot in a college classroom.
“I consider myself mostly self-taught and I just believe I should cut my own path in life,” said the 24-year-old Maxwell, who dropped out of Littleton’s Araphoe Community College after one semester.
Maxwell said he didn’t want to waste his parents’ money on college work that held little or no interest to him.
“I just wanted to see what I wanted to do with my life and college was never a part of that,” said