FBC Honoring of Graduates
Today we are here to honor our class of 2020. Though COVID-19 has brought us unprecedented times and has canceled monumental moments like graduation, prom, senior skip day, and many others. It still does not change the fact that these graduates have accomplished something great. You all have persevered, kept the faith, and God has brought you to the finish line. At this moment, we thank and honor parents and guardians for being a support system for these graduates. For that and many more things, we thank you!
Isaac Eromosele is a graduate of Rogers High School. Isaac plans on attending Long Island University in New York this fall, planning to major in Biology. Congratulations Isaac!
Joshua Eromosele is a graduate of Rogers High School. Joshua plans on attending Long Island University in New York this fall, planning to major in Game Development. Congratulations Joshua!
Jonai Northrip-Hunt is a graduate of Jesup W. Scott High School. Jonai will be attending Lourdes University this fall planning to major in early childhood education. Congratulations Jonai!
Zion Jackson is a graduate of Toledo Early College Highschool. Zion plans on attending Bowling Green State University this fall, planning to major in nursing. Congratulations Zion!
Troi Maddox is a graduate of Notre Dame Academy. She plans on attending Owens Community College in the fall, majoring in Business with a minor in entrepreneurship, and then plans on transferring to North Carolina A&T after one year to finish her bachelor's degree. Congratulations Troi!
Diamond Roy is a graduate of Central Catholic High School. Diamond plans on attending The Ohio State University this fall, planning to major in nursing. Congratulations Diamond.
Our last graduate is Dakota Sutton, a graduate of Notre Dame Academy. Dakota plans on attending Howard University this fall, planning to major in Biology on a pre-med track. Congratulations Dakota!
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