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Five Outlook Academy Students Graduate in Spring 2008 PDF Print E-mail
Outlook Academy students Carissa Bearden of Deatsville, Felicia Rutherford of Orange Beach, Amanda Read of Ohatchee, Daniel Miller of Prattville, and Ben Senicz of Millbrook have completed their homeschool studies for graduation in Spring 2008.

Carissa is the daughter of Cain's Chapel UMC pastor, Dr. Ronnie Bearden, who has been assigned to St. Luke's UMC in Gulf Breeze, Florida, beginning June 2008. There Carissa will continue art lessons.

Carissa discovered her artistic talent during drawing classes at Academy Days Homeschool Co-op this year. At the end of the co-op in May, she exhibited a number of drawings during the Drawing Class Exhibition. According to her parents, the co-op class was an answer to prayer as it uncovered her tremendous talent and gave her a direction.

Felicia enjoys working full time in Orange Beach.

Amanda is preparing for the ACT. She just completed an historical screenplay that took her two years to research and write. "The Crusading Chemist" is a 132-page screenplay of a forgotten hero. Covering time periods from 1863 to 1926, it features settings spanning Indiana, Washington, D.C., Colorado, France and Germany. For more information, visit her web site at www.thecrusadingchemist.com.

Daniel will attend Pensacola Christian College in the fall. He has received the highest academic scholarship offered by the college.

Ben will complete his high school studies during the summer.

Congratulations, Carissa, Felicia, Amanda, Daniel, and Ben!