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Outlook Academy announces 26 graduates for 2016.

Nathaniel Jacob Black of Hope Hull will be working on the family farm and in the family's cabinet shop.

Noah Brailsford of Montgomery has worked on campus at Pensacola Christian College this summer before he starts classes in the fall majoring in Criminal Justice.

Isabella H. Campbell lives in Millbrook.

Wetumpka resident Aimee Nicole Crawford will attend Auburn University Montgomery (AUM) in the fall.

Dahkota DeBold of Prattville plans to work this year and then attend City College of New York in the fall of 2017.

Abby Drost has graduated. She lives in Tallassee.

Samantha Erwin's interests are law and criminal justice. Right now Sam is preparing for the ACT test and taking a hiatus year from studies to work and save money. She lives in Montevallo.

Susan Shelby Green has graduated from Sylvan Learning Center. She lives in Prattville.

Prattville resident Igor Alexander Hicks will be joining the work force.

Berry resident Nichole Ray Howton is 17 years old. She loves the outdoors and enjoys working with computers. She has decided to attend Bevill State Community College this Fall to begin working toward her Associates Degree in Computer Science.

Joseph Daniel Jackson of Millbrook will work as a lifeguard this summer and then go to college in the fall.

Caitlyn Johnson has graduated. She lives in Brewton.

Jeremy Kennedy has graduated. He resides in Oakman.

Hunter McCoy of Montgomery wants to pursue a degree in computer science. Hunter built his own computer from the ground up about two years ago. He is always updating it and adding new things to it. He is our resident tech expert. He has not decided on a school and, although he did well on his ACT, he wants to take it one more time.

Will McDow lives in Tallassee.

Millbrook resident Ashton McNabb will take this year to visit colleges.

Hannah E. Miller of Enterprise has graduated high school and plans to go to college in one to two years.

Brandon Perdue of Prattville received the Advanced Honors Business and Law High School Diploma May 20, 2016. He graduated with 50 graduation units, 13 college certificates, 35 accredited college credits, 5505 community service hours, and a scholarship tally of $630,365. In August, he will be attending The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa) on "full cost covered scholarships" as a Sophomore double-majoring in Finance and Economics with a Specialization in Real Estate.

Lowndesboro resident Cameron Peterson has now completed all courses with Penn Foster and has graduated. He plans to attend trade school for auto repair.

After graduating at 16 years old, Mariah Peterson plans to go into cosmetology as well as computer science. She resides in Lowndesboro.

Heather Nicole Rainey of Wetumpka will start Faulkner University in August 2016 as a sophomore criminal justice major.

Colton Rooks has graduated. He lives in Clanton.

Prattville resident Kimberly Smith has graduated.

Michael Stroud of Wetumpka now works with his mother in her bakery.

Eliza Strout will attend Faulkner University in the fall on a full tuition scholarship. She will start as an English major in the Great Books Honors program and has an interest in Legal Studies. She resides in Montgomery.

Emily Urquharr resides in Daneville.

Congratulations to all our graduates!