Corinna, WCHS Senior, is currently taking Honors Criminal Justice which is a dual-credit class through Ivy Tech Community College. In her spare time, Corinna plays tennis, is part of the National Honor Society, a volunteer in her church's children ministry program, and enjoys being with her friends & family. Corinna is proud to not only be graduating in the top 10% of her class but to also be an athletic and academic scholar. She plans to attend Ball State University in the fall and major in either criminology or social work.
Jeremy David, senior student, is currently in the Work Based Learning-Internship Program with Kelley Ross here at the WACC. He has taken many Career Center classes including Introduction to Business, Marketing, Advanced Marketing, Business Law & Ethics, and Principles of Business Management. Jeremy has been involved in Football, Basketball, and the Tiger Student Athletic Board. He has earned High Honor Roll every semester during his high school career, is in the National Honor Society, and has earned the All-Conference Awards for both Basketball and Football. Jeremy plans to attend either Indiana University or the University of Indianapolis to study marketing or operations management.

*Below, he is pictured presenting at a work session to the school board about the new clothing line that he is helping to establish at his internship with Dani Barkey.*

Ashley, senior student, is in the Culinary Arts Academy. She has taken Introduction to Culinary Arts, Culinary Arts & Hospitality I, and Advanced Culinary Arts & Hospitality II. Through the Culinary Program she not only has been able to become Serv Safe Certified and CPR & First Aid Certified, but also has obtained her NRA and Prostart Year 1 certificates. In her free time she enjoys cooking for her family and boyfriend, as well as helping around the house. Upon graduation, Ashley plans to attend college in North Carolina at Johnson & Wales University. She dreams of opening a restaurant with a family diner theme and travel around the world trying new foods & experiencing different cultures.

Brady Stout, senior, is in the Building Trades program here at the Warsaw Area Career Center. He has been in Building Trades for the last two years and has also taken many other Engineering, Technology, and Agriculture classes. Brady has been a varsity wrestler for Warsaw for the past four years, earning many awards & achievements. Upon graduation, Brady plans to work and learn a trade in a specific area of interest.

Abria, a junior here at WCHS, has taken Introduction to Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Science, and is currently taking Advanced Life Science: Animals. She is very involved in the Warsaw FFA Chapter and in Unified Track. Abria is proud to have maintained AB Honor Roll throughout most of her high school career so far, and also of her first place state finish in Unified Track. Next year, she plans to take Ag Business Management and be a part of the Co-Op program. Abria aspires to become a Veterinarian someday.

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