The Class of 2017 has a number of different and unique plans for their futures.

Future plans for Eckville’s graduating class

The Class of 2017 has a number of unique aspirations, as they depart from high school and move onto the next phase of their lives.

  • Jun. 1, 2017 6:00 a.m.

Jenna Diane Ackerman will be taking a Bachelor of Commerce program at Red Deer College with a goal of becoming an accountant.

Asia Marie Casper will work for a year and spend time with family after which she will re-apply for the Bachelor of Chemistry program and enroll in criminology courses. She plans to be a Forensic Laboratory Technician.

Tyson Samuel Dyrland will attend school to become a welder.

Dawson Steele Elgert plans to take a year off and then return to school taking power engineering.

Donna Elizebeth Elliot will take a year off, and then hopes to attend college.

Delaini Kathleen Della Gillett plans to attend post-secondary to become a registered nurse.

Samantha Maria Glenn plans to attend Red Deer College in the Early Learning and Child Care program.

Keaghan Peter Holub plans to play hockey and take online courses in business.

Kaden Cameron Judson will take a year off and then apply to become a Medical Laboratory Technician.

Noah Alexander Franklin Law plans to attend university to pursue his dream of becoming a Marine Biologist.

Korbyn Richard Lentz after taking a year off, plans to attend broadcasting school.

Robin Christine Phillips will be attending the University of Lethbridge to obtain a Bachelor of Education/Arts and become an English teacher.

Dylan Michael Rangen will experience travelling to New Zealand after graduation.

Dathan Patrick Reimer plans to work next year and dreams of becoming a millionaire, bodybuilder or a machinist.

Isaiah Nathan Oram Staples will be taking a year off to travel beginning with Honduras this summer.

 

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