With the school opening eleven years ago and six graduating classes thus far, there has been a diversity of graduates, each with their own strengths and aspirations. The Red Ledger followed up with four alumni from various classes to get an update on their post-high school lives.
He was the first Lovejoy student to go into a professional sports league, 2011 graduate Nick Victor has moved countries in order to further his athletic career.
“I graduated from Yale University in 2016 with a degree in political science,” Victor said. “Currently, I am playing in the Norwegian professional basketball league with Gimle BBK in Bergen, Norway.”
With a new country comes a n...
2013 graduate Lauren Sanders has taken her love for her faith and helping others to make a positive impact on the lives of those trapped in the sex trade.
“I have the honor of working at [the] non-profit Wipe Every Tear,” Sanders said. “We're headquartered in Boise, Idaho but operate in Manila, Philippines offering freedom, education, and discipleship to women who are trapped in the sex trade. I...
Some know him from the telltale buzz of his drone above the football field, others remember him for his work on the Senior Lip Dub in 2015, but one thing is for sure: 2015 graduate Garron Weeks has a talent with the video camera.
Now a student at the University of North Texas, Weeks has been able to focus and practice his digital talents in ways beyond that of the high school.
“I've gotten incr...
One of the forces that brought the high school two consecutive volleyball state championships, 2013 graduate Ebony Nwanebu’s skill on the volleyball court was recognized on the high school and now collegiate level. With years of discipline and training under her belt, Nwanebu has since further forged her path in the volleyball world.
“I’m currently enrolled in The University of Texas at Austin...