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Academy Days Co-op honors its graduating seniors as they embark on a new chapter in their lives. All three will attend college in the fall.

gradss17Pictured are Grace Moore of Millbrook, Caleb Brailsford of Montgomery and Bethany Haigler of Hayneville on the last day of spring semester as their homeschooling peers and parents applaud.

Grace graduates from her cover school with honors. She desires to pursue a musical theatre degree at Troy University and either double major or minor in sign language as she would also like to be a sign language interpreter.

Caleb will attend Tiger Camp at Marion Military Institute in June before beginning classes there in the fall. He'll be part of the Early Commissioning Program and should enter the Army as a 2nd Lieutenant in two years.

Bethany will attend Coastal Alabama Community College in Bay Minette, Alabama, where she has been awarded a scholarship to play basketball. She plans to major in early childhood education and possibly minor in music. She will go to Brussels, Belgium, this summer on a mission trip with Mission to the World for the month of July.

Held at Coosada Baptist Church, the Academy Days Co-op meets weekly during the school year for homeschoolers in preschool through high school to take classes in subjects such as computer programming, science labs, psychology, speech, marketing, drama and P.E. Visit www.AcademyDays.com for more information.