Congrats to the Graduates! Featured

06 Jun 2018 Faith Henley
Northside High School seniors make their mark on the final days of school. Northside High School seniors make their mark on the final days of school. Northside High School

Every year, the young minds being shaped right here in Tuscaloosa get brighter and more driven for success. In every school in the city and county, you’ll find faculty and staff who are dedicated to helping Tuscaloosa’s young people create a promising future for themselves. Whether these students stay here in town, or follow their dreams to another part of the world, there is no doubt that the community has been better with them a part of it.

“As a Student-athlete at Central, you have different expectations from your teacher and coaches. Without good grades, it would be difficult to be accepted into college, but with the help of Central, I am going to be a successful student athlete.” Demontae Wilson, Central High School, will attend Lipscomb University

“Because of the outstanding faculty and staff at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, I had multiple offers at colleges and universities throughout the US. In addition, I was surrounded by classmates I consider my second family. For this, I am forever grateful.” Peyton Goodbread, Holy Spirit Catholic School Valedictorian, will attend the University of Kentucky

“Sipsey Valley has prepared me for my future by not only providing me with an education, but also by teaching me the values of teamwork and cooperation. I met a lot of great people with whom I share similar goals, and I know they will be there for me in my next season of life.” Abigail Phillips, Sipsey Valley High School Class President, will attend the University of Alabama 




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