As Ryan Fleming leaves Baker School, the salutatorian of the Class of 2022 is aiming high. He wants to be an Air Force pilot.
If his time at Baker is any indication on whether he’ll achieve that goal, he’s well on his way to earning his wings.
Stella Hurley is a young woman on the move.
The Baker School valedictorian, with a 4.6 grade point average, will soon be moving to Jacksonville to attend the University of North Florida and pursue a degree in nursing. Her long-term goal is to be a nurse practitioner.
Hongloan Tran’s time at Crestview High School has been a mixture of happy and sad, a time of celebration mixed with a feeling of being cheated out of some of the experience by the pandemic.
But Tran, the 2022 CHS salutatorian will carry so many memories with her as she heads into the adult world.
Aubrey Tew will soon be trading the sandy roads and flatland of Okaloosa County for the Rocky Mountain Country of Provo, Utah and Brigham Young University, but she’s not sure what her major will be just yet.
Tew is the valedictorian of the Crestview High School Class of 2022.
What do a pack of dogs playing UNO, a vintage camera, pottery coils and a mouse on a wheat stalk have in common?
They’re all products of Crestview High School art students’ fertile minds and are among scores of works on exhibit at the Crestview Public Library.
In the magical world of theater, a high school student can be transformed into another dimension. No, we’re not talking about The Twilight Zone, it’s acting.
A young lady can magically become a princess, or in this case Alice in Wonderland.
Holly Tew will soon be completing her first year as the Davidson Middle School principal and she’s excited about her school.
“I feel like we have a great core group of teachers,” she said. “I feel like our students are showing great learning gains so far this year despite some of the craziness that we started the school year with.
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