Student Life

Senior Profiles


Name: Brant Lawless
School Attending: University of Tennessee Knoxville
Best part about senior year: “Senior year flies by so enjoy it,” Lawless said.
Comments: Going to Knoxville to continue his football career.

Name: Cade Thompson
School Attending: Lipscomb University
Comments: “I’m excited because of the change that college brings to my life,” Thompson said.

Name: David Hamilton
School Attending: University of Tennessee Chattanooga
Best part about senior year: It being over
Comments: “I’m super excited,” Hamilton said.

Name: Brooks Cummings
School Attending: University of Tennessee Chattanooga
Best part about senior year: “I’m excited to leave because I’m tired of high school,” Cummings said.

Name: Cass Rice
School Attending: Chattanooga State
Comments: “I’m excited to play soccer again,” Rice said.

Name: Ryan Leflar
School Attending: Kent State
Comments: “I’m excited because that is where Coach Kayce went and I wanna experience a new part of the country,” Leflar said.

Name: Gordon Sheucraft
School Attending: University of Tennessee Chattanooga
Best part about senior year: “Going out for lunch,” Sheucraft said.

Name: Kyle Bean
School Attending: Roger State University
Best part about senior year: kyle said, “Best part about being a senior is senior hall.”
Comments: “We are so close to getting out,” Bean said.

Name: Sara Wilson
School Attending: University of Tennessee Knoxville
Best part about senior year: A lot more privileges than the other grades
Comments: “The thing I’m most excited about is that it’s a really big school with lots of opportunities like study abroad and weekend canoe trips,” Wilson said.

Name: Makenna Paszek
School Attending: Samford
Best part about senior year: Going out to lunch
Comments: “I’m really excited because I love Birmingham and my roommate is awesome. I am also the only one from NCS going. It’ll be exciting to be new and away from everyone,” Paszek said.

Name: Cami McClure
School Attending: Western Kentucky University
Best part about senior year: “I’m finally done with high school but I’m going to miss my chickens:(,” McClure said.

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