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This year’s seniors have some big plans as they graduate and venture out into the world. These include the following:
Annestasia Cushman – attend Word of Life Bible Institute, goal is to work in a ministry, preferably as a youth leader;

Morgan Germanovich – attend Kent State University and major in nursing, goal is to work in the NICU;

Devin Johnson – attend Youngstown State University, majoring in criminal justice, goal is to become a highway patrol man;

Colin Sweeney – attend Geneva College, majoring in business administration with a marketing minor while playing football;

Spencer Crosser – attend YSU for music education and become a band teacher;

Olivia Wagner – attend YSU to become a high school English teacher;

Levi Esterley – attend Kent State University and get into a mechanical engineering field, goal is to find a mechanical engineering job that suits me;

Mackenzie Mason – attend Cleveland State University, go into law enforcement, move to Boston, and become better than everyone;

Anna Shasteen – attend Kent State for Family Education, goal is to counsel people in life;

Kaitlyn Gorby – attend Kent State University for early childhood education and special education;

Aliyah Leyman – attend Cleveland State University to become a criminal psychiatrist;

CJ Wallace – attend YSU to become a dental hygienist;

Jessica Grimm – plan on working in a salon for a year, then getting into photography and combining photography and hair;

Brittany Downard – attend Bradford School in PA to become a graphic designer;

Taylor Felger – attend PTC next fall and starting a new job this summer;

Katelyn Wright- attend Kent Salem for early childhood education and work while doing so;

Taylor Swabey- attend Kent State for design to become an illustrator or an English teacher;

Jacob Liberati – attend Baldwin Wallace University, major in history and also play football;

David Toot – attend Mount Union University, major in nursing and also playing baseball;

Marcus Nenichka – attend YSU, majoring in nursing;

Seth Davis – attend YSU to become a zoologist;

Bailey McCullough – attend Geneva College to study biology;

Jaron Burgess – attend YSU to become a flight nurse;

Derek Joy  – attend YSU to study chemical engineering;

Aaron Kemats – attend ONU to become a mathematics professor;

Devyn Flory – attend West Liberty to major in marketing;

Alexa Bell – attend Malone University to major in early childhood education and k-12 intervention;

Braeden Weyand – attend YSU to study forensic science;

Kylee Culp – attend YSU to study forensic science;

Alli Davis  – attend Kent state to study insurance;

Catelynn Frantz – attend Eastern Nazarene College, majoring in biology and minoring in youth ministries;

Lindsey Chludzinski – attend Youngstown State University to major in Biology Pre-Physical Therapy and minor in Spanish.

Courtney Tolson – attend the University of Toledo and major in recreational therapy;

Julie Muntean – attend Bowling Green State University and double major in communications and physics;

Michael French – attend Youngstown State University to major in Biochemistry;

Sam Smith – attend Kent State University for middle childhood education (language arts and science);

Noah Barnes – attend Kent Salem and study Business Management;

Haley Powers – take STNA classes;

Richard Lockhart – put welding certificates to good use and work at a welding company;

Anthony Gorby – become a cop;

Damian Hawkins – put my welding skills to work;

Zachary Hicks – keep working and live life to the fullest;

Austin Myers – continue to put money in my car;

Caleb Orr – work;

Joseph Dotson – attend Bethany College for athletics;

Denny Stockman – attending New Castle School of Trades for welding;

Garry Frank – work;

Hailey McVay – attend Youngstown State University, majoring in pre-nursing, to become a pediatric oncology nurse;

Jason Thompson – attend Youngstown State University, majoring in criminal justice;

Peyton Blackburn – get my cosmetology license, continue in that career field, and eventually working at Casal’s Aveda Salon.

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