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NCCS class of 2011
A 2015 graduate of the University of Notre Dame who majored in Russian. Katie is currently working as a teaching assistant in Ukhtan, Russia on a Fullbright scholarship.
NCCS class of 2011
A 2015 graduate of Mercyhurst University who majored in English and Dance. Rachel is currently teaching logic and rhetoric students at Oak Grove Classical Christian School. She also teaches dance for Mission Dance Works at Sudbrook Dance Academy. She is happily married to Caleb Thompson (class of 2012).
NCCS class of 2012
Geneva College – 2016
Wes is a senior at Geneva College majoring in International Business and minoring in Pre-Law. He recently took the law school entry exam (LSAT) and is now actively applying to law school. He is currently working part-time helping a small business near college with marketing and some legal matters. He interned this past summer with a small law firm in Bel Air. Read more about Wesley and his journey as featured on Geneva’s website. http://wwwhttp://www.geneva.edu/student-profiles/wesley-thompson
NCCS class of 2013
Sam earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Grove City College. He is employed by Stanley Black & Decker as a Mechanical Engineer.
NCCS class of 2014
Joel just graduated from the US Army (Advanced Individual Training) school in Fort Rucker, Alabama. He reports to Korea in December where he will work as an air traffic controller.
NCCS class of 2015
Since graduating NCCS Abby has experienced many parts of the world including Hawaii, Italy, and a mission trip to South America. She is currently working with YMAM (Youth With A Mission) in Nuneaton, England studying in a program called DBS (Dicipleship Bible School) with the hopes to continue with YMAM as a missionary. Abby has a passion for psychology and human behavior, counseling and mission work. Abby states “The classical education I received is still impacting the way I think years later. I noticeably process things in the classical way especially in areas of leadership and problem solving. I was taught how to think and how to process … and I am so grateful!”