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12 Outlook Academy Students Graduate in 2011 PDF Print E-mail

Finishing their homeschool studies this spring and summer are Outlook Academy students Hannah Bell, Sara Beth Camp, Kelsey Drost, Julian Brad Ganier, Katie Garner, Kenneth Hunter, Ashley Joye, Michael Meadows, Russell Pybas, Austin Rutherford, Brittany Silva, and Avery Smth.


Wetumpka resident Hannah Bell will attend Auburn University Montgomery (AUM) full-time in the fall. She has been awarded a $16,000 tuition scholarship payable over 4 years. Hannah, 17, will major in nursing.

Sara Beth Camp, 18, currently works at a daycare in Wetumpka. She resides in Deatsville.

Kelsey DrostKelsey Drost, pictured left, will attend Southern Union Community College starting Summer 2011. She plans to get her RN degree and then transfer to Auburn University Montgomery (AUM) to get her BSN degree while continuing to work at Little Caesars Pizza. Kelsey, 17, lives in Tallassee.

Montgomery resident Julian Brad Ganier will complete his home school studies and graduate on May 31. He is 18 years old.

Katie Garner, 18, is unsure which college she will attend and wants to major in physics when she does go. She’s a huge help to the family and a second mom to her 3-year-old brother who adores her. She taught the children’s class at the Montgomery Galactic Chess Club for two years. Katie is excellent with children and looks forward to being a wife and mother at some point in her future. She resides in Montgomery.

Kenneth Hunter, 17, resides in Enterprise.
Ashley Joye
Ashley Joye, pictured right, will spend her freshman year at Faulkner University before attending Belmont University in Nashville to pursue a bachelor of fine arts degree in theatre performance. In June this year, Ashley will perform in the role of Annelle in Prattville's Way Off Broadway production of Steel Magnolias. Among her roles in local productions, her favorites have been as Anne in The Diary of Anne Frank at Faulkner Dinner Theatre and Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Her drama training includes acting classes at Montgomery's own Alabama Shakespeare Festival and New York's Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center. Ashley has worked as an assistant drama teacher for children's acting classes at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, and this summer she will again share her love of theatre with children as a counselor at ASF's Camp Shakespeare. Ashley, 17, resides in Deatsville.

Michael Meadows, 18, plans to go to college in the fall to take prerequisites while he decides on his career path. He will also be getting a part-time job and remaining at home. Michael is a resident of Montgomery.

Russell Pybas, 17, will attend Troy University in the fall. Russell lives in Wetumpka.

austin-gradOrange Beach resident Austin Rutherford, pictured left, is currently doing landscaping. He will join the U.S. Coast Guard when he turns 18 this year. Currently, he is studying for the ASVAB.

Brittney SilvaBrittany Silva, pictured right, plans to attend Paul Mitchell School of Cosmetology in the fall. Once she completes that study she will seek employment in the beauty industry to work while she attends Heritage Bible College to pursue a degree in Ministry. Her goal is to become a Preschool Ministry Director.  Brittany is currently sharing her love of working with children in a position through the summer at Farley Community Church as a Pre-K teacher for the KidzKare program. She attends church at Willowbrook Baptist Church where she is an assistant Sunday School teacher for the 3-year-old Bluebirds class. Brittany, 17, resides in Huntsville.

Avery Smith, 18, has been accepted at Auburn University. She has earned a full scholarship from her ACT score, an additional scholarship from the Agriculture Deptartment, and has been accepted into the Honors Program. She resides in Harpersville.

Congratulations to all of these outstanding graduates and many blessings for the future!