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Kevin Escott
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Kevin will graduate from Western Reserve Academy in Hudson, Ohio, Sunday, May 27th.  He has been a boarding student at WRA since his Freshman year and has thoroughly enjoyed the experience. In all four years, he was on the varsity teams for golf, swimming, and tennis.  He was named MVP in all three sports and has been captain of each team.  He has served as a prefect (like an RA) for three years in the Freshman dorm and has been on the student disciplinary committee and student planning committee for various events.

Kevin was accepted to the University of Wisconsin, William and Mary, St. Andrews in Scotland and Davidson University in Davidson, North Carolina. He is still deciding between William and Mary and Davidson. He would like to study Economics and History.

Elizabeth Paag Hubbard

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I will be graduating from Bay Port High School and going to UW-Stevens Point in the Fall. I love being outdoors playing sports or hiking. I have a strong passion for wildlife and the environment. I will be following my passion at Stevens Point by majoring in Wildlife and Conservation in hopes to become a Wildlife Rehabilitator.

I have volunteered at the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary for the last year. I am also engaged in a lot of activities: Bay Port Band, Cross Country team, Soccer, and the church softball team. I am in Bay Port FFA, competing in a Wildlife CDE (Career Development Event) team, volunteering making pizzas and pulling weeds at Barkhausen. I also help at the school's greenhouse organizing and helping with the flower sales. I also make plant holders out of chairs or benches to help fundraise for the FFA greenhouse.

Brandt Schoffelman

Brandt Schoffelman 2018 Graduate cropped square-optI will be graduating from Green Bay Southwest High School and attending Bradley University in Peoria, IL, in the fall. I love figuring out how mechanisms work and designing them. I have had a major fascination with roller coasters since I was little as well. This, combined with my love of designing, has led me to pursue a major in mechanical engineering which I hope will prepare me for my dream career of designing roller coasters.

I am an active member of many different clubs and organizations at my school. One of the larger ones is the VEX robotics team where we were able to qualify for the state competition in only our second year of existence. I am also a member of the National Honor Society. I do my best to help with the multitude of activities the club offers to our school community, such as our school’s blood drive and teacher appreciation month. The group I was most involved in throughout high school was band. Every year I participated in marching band, pep band, and Solo & Ensemble, performing a variety of pieces that challenged me in different ways. I hope to continue playing my trumpet throughout college.

Wyatt Stenson

Wyatt Stenson 2018 Graduate 3-optWyatt is graduating from Preble High School. He will be attending UW-Platteville to pursue a major in Criminal Justice, and will also be competing for a spot as the kicker and punter for the Pioneers. Wyatt has been playing football since 2nd grade, and this season was named 1st team All-Conference as a punter, and 2nd team All-Conference as a kicker, as well as being named Special Teams MVP as voted on by his teammates. He also participated in wrestling, track, and lacrosse. Wyatt also was active in Boy Scouts during high school, and earned his Eagle Scout in October 2016, in part through helping to build storage units for the Presbyterian Pantry. Wyatt would like to find a job in a police department, hopefully working his way through the ranks to become a detective.

Allen Ray (AJ) Walker Jr.

AJ Walker 2018 Graduate cropped square 2-optAJ is graduating from Luxemburg-Casco High School where he will have completed six AP classes and has been on the honor roll. He has been accepted to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh where he will work toward attaining a bachelor’s degree, majoring in history and secondary education. During his senior year, he has earned the rank of Eagle Scout as a member of the Boy Scouts of America Troop 1042 in Luxemburg. His community service project involved designing and placing parking lot signs for the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help. AJ will pursue his goal of becoming a teacher and in his words: “I want to help tomorrow’s youth become better people through providing them with a good education. I hope that I can inspire them to be kind and generous and to set their goals high to be successful in life.”

Congratulations All!


Last Published: April 27, 2018 2:39 PM