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Congratulations to Our 15 Graduates for Spring 2012 PDF Print E-mail

Finishing their homeschool studies for 2012 are Outlook Academy students Abigail Bartlett, Dana Busby, Amal Dabit, Alexandra Davie, Jacob Epstein, Christina Fulmer, Mary Howton, Hannah Perz, Sara Pugh, Trey Seay, Sam Soloveichik, Lee James Taylor, Brittany Waldrep, Jonathan Whyte, and Nikki Wilson.

bartlettabbyAbigail Bartlett, pictured left, will attend Auburn University this fall and major in cellular and molecular biology. After Auburn she plans to attend medical school or graduate school. She currently lives in Wetumpka.

busbydanaThis summer Dana Busby, pictured right, will travel to Washington D.C. to work with a favorite aunt and visit relatives in the area. Since Dana loves animals and animal care (she is a much called-upon pet sitter), her future goal is to enroll in the Veterinary Technology program at Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs, Colo., for the Fall 2013 term. In the meantime, after visiting Washington D.C., she will take some core courses at a local community college. Dana currently lives in Auburn.

Amal Dabit is a resident of Selma.

Alexandra Davie will attend Belmont University in Nashville in the fall on a partial academic scholarship. She will major in Social Entrepreneurship. Her future plans are to teach women in impoverished countries to make products that can be sold in the United States, with profits going back to the women and their communities. Alexandra dreams of owning a clothing boutique which will carry these and other products guaranteed to be free of child or forced labor. Alexandra currently lives in Birmingham.

Jacob Epstein resides in Prattville.

Christina Fulmer graduated May 12. She lives in Marbury.

Berry resident Mary Howton plans to go to college and earn a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice. Afterward, she intends to go to the State Trooper Academy in Selma, Ala.

perzhannahHannah Perz, pictured left, is an aspiring writer and artist. She is currently illustrating her first children's book for Casey Head, part of his Silver Falls Series. She plans to continue her writing and art from home and has a graduation trip to Florida planned for the fall. She currently lives in Moody.

Vinemont resident Sara Pugh is considering a career with horses or in the medical field.

Wallace J. (Trey) Seay III graduated June 9. He resides in Harvest.

Sam Soloveichik will attend University of Montevallo in the fall to major in psychology. He lives in Hampton Cove.

Wadley resident Lee James Taylor graduated in July. He plans to travel this summer and attend junior college.

Brittney Waldrep will attend college at Middle Tennessee State University this fall. She plans to get her major in Mass Communication with a focus on Business Administration in the Recording Industry. She resides in Pike Road.

Johnathan Whyte finished his studies in June and plans to go into the full time ministry. His heart is for those teens and young adults who are rejected by traditional society, including skaters, X gamers, etc. He has been designing his own boards for a few years and hopes to open his own skateboard company and skate park in the local area. Whyte lives in Elmore.
Nikki Wilson, pictured right, graduated on May 22. She will attend Southern Union Community College in the fall. Until then, Nikki will be working as a part time nanny. Nikki is also working on her portfolio this summer as she plans on attending a design program following her graduation from community college. She is in the process of designing and sewing her original clothing line. She lives in Pinson.

We will add information about our graduates as information becomes available from their parents. Congratulations, graduates!