– by Haston H, senior –
As the world around us comes to a halt because of COVID-19, seniors are racing to the finish line of graduation.
National College Decision Day is quickly approaching on May 1, when most colleges require a signed letter of intent to enroll, along with a deposit to hold their place in the freshman class. But because the SAT and ACT testing has been cancelled or postponed, many schools are giving extensions or they are not requiring those achievement tests.
Many of our FBTA seniors have already decided where they are going to college and what they are studying.
Joshua will be attending Bob Jones University and majoring in criminal justice and communications. He hopes to join the police force after college.
Andrea will be attending Liberty University and studying either interior design or FCS. She plans on becoming an interior designer, with the dream of starting her own business.
Christian is unsure of the college he will be attending, but he knows he will be studying electrical engineering and computer science.
David is still undecided on his college and major decisions, but wants to study some type of engineering.
John will be attending Bob Jones University and will be studying IT and getting a minor in coaching.
Liza will be attending George Washington University studying Pre-Med to fulfill her dreams of being a surgeon.
Justin will be attending Liberty University this fall, and he will be studying business.
Haston plans on attending Baylor University or Liberty University and will be studying business or overseas finances. He plans on pursuing a career in law.
Lauren plans on attending Pensacola Christian College to study graphic design.
Daniel will also be attending Pensacola Christian College and studying physical therapy.
Jordan will be attending Virginia Tech and plans on studying English.
Alyssa plans on attending Bob Jones University or Liberty University and plans on studying some type of engineering.
Jameson will be attending George Mason University and will be studying marketing.
Madison plans on attending Liberty University to study English.
Julia will either be attending George Washington University or George Mason and studying medicine.
The ever-ambitious senior class has big plans for their lives and are excited to start the next chapter in life’s book.