Agora Alumni Association
AGORA ALUMNI, WE WANT TO SHARE YOUR STORY!
Agora alumni know what we mean when we say, “It takes a community to teach a child.” They joined our community of dedicated faculty, support personnel, parents, family coaches, and friends – all devoted to helping students achieve their highest potential. Below we will share alumni stories and celebrate their accomplishments.
Brianne and Michael
From Last-Period Bells to Wedding Bells: Agora Paves the Way to Happiness. “We never would have met if we weren’t both 11th-grade students at Agora,” said Brianne. “We lived on opposite ends of the state. Our paths never would have crossed.” (read Brianne and Michael’s full story HERE)
From tragedy to triumph: Agora’s lessons empower a young woman for life.
You might say that Jamie Garrighan’s path to Agora Cyber Charter School started early. She was raised by her mother and three older siblings and at age 11, Jamie’s brother—whom in many ways stepped in as her father figure and whom Jamie adored—died tragically…(read Jamie’s full story HERE)
Jamie Wood’s education in a traditional school was challenging to say the least. Despite a challenging medical condition, she became a cyber success and graduated from charter school. Read Jamie’s Story HERE.
We finally have a breakthrough event for Tim. He auditioned and essayed for, and has been accepted into a 10 student program at the Annie Moses Summer Music Festival for 10 days in July near Nashville, TN. This is a very big deal for us. They also gave him a Scholarship award towards the tuition. The rest he is going to obtain donations. When he is not in composer class there, he will be an unpaid Sound Production ‘Intern’ in exchange for room and board. The play will feature John Rhys-Davies from Lord of the Rings movies. Way to go Tim!
National Honor Society 2013 – Officers and new Inductees