CENTRAL’S COLLEGE GRADUATES
Oriana is graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with a minor in Spanish. She will be working with Vanguard following graduation.
Kayley is graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Dramatic Art with a minor in Medicine, Literature, and Culture. In the fall, Kayley will be attending the UNC School of Law to pursue her interest in Social Justice.
Fern is graduating with Honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing. She will be continuing her passion of helping others as she has accepted a position with Novant here in Charlotte in their Oncology Department.
Toni is graduating with Honors from Central Piedmont Community College with a degree in Hospitality Management.
Makenna is graduating from Cabarrus College of Health Sciences with. She has accepted a position at Carolinas Medical Center Main in the Labor & Delivery Unit. Makenna will be continuing her education in the Spring of 2022.
CENTRAL’S HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
Joni is graduating from the Academy of Global Studies at Independence High School. Joni was a four year member of the Women’s Varsity Lacrosse Team and a captain her junior and senior years. She was a College Board Ambassador and a Student Service Ambassador, as well as a member of Key Club and Community Culture Club. In the fall, Joni will attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she will study Psychology. Joni is a member of Central’s Youth Group, and a sound technician.
Victor is graduating from East Mecklenburg High School, where he was a Junior Marshall, and a member of the marching band. Victor was also a member and the treasurer of Mu Alpha Theta. This fall Victor will be attending North Carolina State University to study Mechanical Engineering. Victor is a member of Central’s Youth Group, and a sound technician.
Henoch is graduating from East Mecklenburg High School. In the fall, Henoch will be attending North Carolina Agricultural & Technical University, where he will study Computer Science. He plans to get a job that involves designing video games and/or programming games. Henoch is a member of Central’s Youth Group, and a sound technician.