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Rockwell Christian 2014 graduates

Rockwell Christian School had a commencement ceremony for the 2014 graduating class on May 31 at Bethel Baptist Church. The class of 2014 included seven seniors. James Davidson, student ministries director at Heritage Baptist Church in Concord, addressed the graduates.
Future plans for the graduates are as follows:
Titus Cruse and Jonah Patil plan to attend Pensacola Christian College in the fall. Titus will major in business; Jonah, pre-med.
Nathan Hoehman will attend Piedmont International University in Winston-Salem to earn a degree in Bible.
Hannah Preslar plans to attend Crown College in Knoxville, Tenn., to study elementary education.
Karmin Cranford will attend Rowan-Cabarrus Community College to obtain an associate degree in nursing with a goal of furthering her studies to be a pediatric nurse.
Micah Eagle plans to attend Universal Technical Institute in Mooresville, also with a goal of furthering his education to obtain a degree in business.
Immediate plans for Erica Chilson include finding a job, but future plans include going to college to study child development. Her ultimate goal is to be a wife and a stay-at-home mother.
Rockwell Christian School is a co-educational, college-preparatory ministry of Bethel Baptist Church providing classes in K-3 through high school. RCS is accepting applications for the 2014-2015 school year.
The school was established in 1976 and is a member of the American Association of Christian Schools. David Case is principal. Detailed information may be found on the school’s website, www.rockwellchristianschool.com.

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