02 May Congratulations Seniors!
High School Seniors of 2023
Wow, to believe that we are coming upon May and graduation already! This past year of being the Minister of Youth has been such a blessing. Each of the seniors graduating this year has such a bright future ahead of them and I am eager to see what God does with each of them. As you look over the list of the seniors listed below, I ask each of you to consider praying for each of them as they finish up their last year in High School and start to pursue their dreams.
Seniors that are reading this, I hope you find peace in knowing that you have a family at First Baptist Church, Clinton. As you go throughout life, know that each of you will have a place to call home. I hope each of you find peace in knowing that the church family will be praying for you as you transition into your next stage in life and will encourage you in every step of life.
Seniors, I encourage you to read the next couple of verses and take it to heart as it will provide motivation in your lives:
Jeremiah 29:11” For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
Isaiah 41:10 “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”
The following are the seniors of 2023:
Matthew Jackson Chisholm; Clinton High School
Matthew will be attending Pellissippi Community College in the fall (General Studies) with a future major in communications.
Addison Grace del Carmen; Clinton High School
Addison plans to study business at the University of Tennessee.
Catherine Meredith; Clinton High School
Catherine will be attending Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in the fall.
Tate Russell; Anderson County High School
Tate will be attending UTK and plans to double major in civil engineering and construction science and management.
Tucker Smith; Oak Ridge High School
Tucker will be attending Maryville College and play soccer while attending.
Riley James Webb; Clinton High School
Riley will be attending Middle Tennessee State University in the fall as a Buchanan Fellow studying in the honors college. He will be double majoring in Computer Engineering Technologies as well as Media Management.
Sophia Grace Whitaker; Clinton High School
Sophia will be attending the University of Tennessee to study Business Management at the Haslam School of Business.