Monday, February 08, 2010

On the College Front at Cabrini Connections

I just wanted to provide a sneak peak at the future College/University destination of the Cabrini Connections' seniors this year. Currently, the Cabrini Connections' program has 10 seniors in the Class of 2010 who are all looking to continue their education at the next level.

Megan Caradine: who is a senior at Alraby High School will be attending Allen University in South Carolina.

Diamond Clark-McQueen (friend and classmate of Megan): is undecided at this point but has been accepted and is considering joining Megan at Allen University.

Brittany Delaney: (friend and classmate of both Megan and Diamond: will be attending Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, IL.

DeSean Hale: who is a senior at Wells High School has been accepted to DePaul University and Northern Illinois University, and still waiting to hear from Arkansas, Miami (Oxford), and a few others.

Alexis Montgomery: who is a senior at Northtown Academy will be attending Wright College in the fall.
Vontesha Stanfield: who is a senior at Lakeview High School has been accepted to NIU, SIU, WIU, Northeastern IL. U., UIC, Indiana State, Central State (Ohio), and still waiting to hear from Spelman in Atlanta, GA. and EIU!!!

Dijana Smith: who is a senior at Lincoln Park High School is still waiting to hear from Jackson State.

And seniors Raheem Muhammad (Lincoln Park High School), Gregory Hatchett (Rauner College Prep), and Lawrence Brown (Von Steuben High School) are still undecided at this point but all make efforts to be in their college of choice in the fall.

The Cabrini Connections' staff would like to thank all of their mentors, the College Zone Coordinators, and thank all of those donors and Cabrini Connections' supports who provide the resources needed to make stories like this happen in our program. Thank you all of all that you do, and we hope that you will continue to give your time, knowlege, and support.

1 comment:

Stephanie said...

I am very proud of our Seniors. I wish the best of luck!