2012.2013 Azimuth The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science
The Mayans were wrong. The televangelists were wrong. The Indian guru Kalki Bhagavan was wrong. The dreaded Timewave Zero theory was wrong. The feared flux of Oort cloud comets never did hit our solar system. The geomagnetic reversal triggered by a massive solar flare never materialized. The Earth never collided with â€œNibiru.â€? There was no alien invasion. In fact, all of cataclysmic events predicted by the doomsayers to happen on 21 December 2012 never materialized. They were all wrong! Yet, little did anyone know that the hellish nightmare that we are living in now was unleashed in a small math classroom within the walls of ASMS.
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From the Editors Guys, we didnâ€™t think we were going to make it. But it appears as though we have. It has been a pleasure bringing you this yearbook, even though, as you have seen, we have had to chase you down with cameras, pull each other up, battle zombies, and get a little creative. But, really, what do you expect from those who survived two millennia, two centuries, and three decades all before they were 15? Yes, over the years weâ€™ve seen a lot of nonsense go on, from Y2K to December 21, 2012, and, possibly the worst mistake of all, the school awarding diplomas to the likes of us. But before we go, we would like to leave you with some wisdom, a few laughs, fun memories, and maybe even some apocalypse survival tips. Congratulations on making it through another year, and enjoy! Azimuth
The 2012-2013 ASMS Azimuth Yearbook is dedicated to Dr. Garvin Wattuhewa. Dr. Watt, as he is affectionately known, has been a vital part of the ASMS community for 21 years. His retirement in December of this school year took many students by surprise, but it was the right time for him to move closer to his family. During his time at ASMS, Dr. Watt served primarily as the head of the Physics Department, and he always put his students first. Additionally, he was a member of various committees on campus, and the Board of Directors hired him as Interim President for the 2009-2010 school year. Dr. Watt is loyal to ASMS and dedicated to the schoolâ€™s success. Even though he is missed by students and faculty, we wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors, and we thank him for his commitment and service to ASMS.
Table of Contents Seniors 08 Juniors 16 Sophomores
Fall Term 30 Move-In Day 32 Dress Code 33 Volleyball 34 Cross Country 35 Class Bonding 36 Geekfest 38 German American 42 French Week 43 Spirit Week 44 Goofy Olympics 46 Senior Trip 50 Winter Term
54 56 58
Sophomore Trip Preview Day Winter Formal
Basketball 62 Geekfest 64 Chess Team 68 Science Bowl 69 Special Projects
Junior Trip 86 Band 88 Theatre 90 Choir 91 Tennis 92 Soccer 93 Prom 94 Clubs
Ai Felicia Abshire
Freddy Cefe Argueta
“School is like a lollipop. It sucks until it is gone.” -Anonymous
“If you want to succeed, you have to try or one day you’ll get older and regret it all cause you can’t provide.” -Hopsin
Senior’s Deanna Kaylin Bowen
Victoria Elizabeth Boyle
“One’s philosophy is not best expressed in words; it is expressed in the choices one makes.” -Eleanor Roosevelt
“Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na, Batman!” -Batman
seniors 2013 Azimuth
Nathaniel Renrick Bryan
Michael Le Bui
“Anything big or small, do it well or not at all.” - Aubrey Bryan
“Mistakes are always forgiveable, if one has the courage to admit them.” - Bruce Lee
Hannah Elizabeth Burns
Paola Desiree Capo
“When you want to succeed as much as you want to breathe, you will be successful.” -Unknown
“We must do that which we think we cannot.” -Eleanor Roosevelt
Justin Ryan Charlong
Candice Elaine Clark
“I’m a monster.” -Buster
“Listen, Listen, Listen and you will Learn, Learn, Learn.” -Cleveland Clark
Courtney Lee Clem
Meredith Esther Coe
Ervin Jordan Danford
Alyson Reneé Daniels
“In his heart a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his steps.” Proverbs 16:9
“The beast and his armies shall rise from the pit to make war against God.” -Dinnerlady Ood
“A certain darkness is needed to see the stars.” - Osho
“Many people say things and the words don’t change, but a song repeated never sounds the same.” Alyson Daniels
Brianna Elisa Daniels
Caleb Chappell Davis
Hollis Christopher DeLaney
Rebecca Nicole Dicks
“To grow you must be willing to let your present and future be totally unlinked to your past. Your history is not your destiny.” - Alan Choen
“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” - Socrates
“Sometimes the road less traveled is less travelled for a reason.” -Jerry Seinfeld
“Let us see how high we can fly before the sun melts the wax in our wings.” - E. O. Wilson
Selina Rose Dukes “If you want to be happy, be.” -Leo Tolstoy
Samuel Abbott Eberlein “It’s called survival of the fittest. If you can’t slam with the best, then jam with the rest.” - Charles Barkley
Kyle Edwin Filby
Sara Jane Fulcher
“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” - Mahatma Ghandi
“Life is about using the whole box of crayons.” -Unknown
Seniors Jalyn Jordan-Danae Gariepy
Nathan Hunter Gilbert
Esther Elain Grubbe
Baylin Ara Hester
“Just breathe.” -Alan Sells
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matter compared to what lies within us.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
“So it goes.” - Kurt Vonnegut
Kathryn Elizabeth Hurst
Ibawolatei Dorothy Iyegha
Melanie Leigh Jenkins
Katherine Lee Jones
“The most beautiful voice in the world is that of an educated Southern woman.” -Winston Churchill
“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” -Eleanor Roosevelt
“I love comic books, and I love anime.” -Samuel L. Jackson
“You’re braver than you belive, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” -Christopher Robin
“The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do.” -Walter Bagehot
Allison Joann Kam
Emily Reagan Kendrick
Alex Jordan Ketchum
Rachel Grace Greer Lecomte
“Leadership isn’t about titles, positions, or flowcharts. It’s about one life influencing another.” -John C. Maxwell
“It’s hard to believe we’re not those kids anymore. Almost as hard as it is to believe we ever were.” -Unknown
“Move fast and break things.” -Mark Zuckerberg
“Life is pain, Highness. Anyone who says differently is selling something.” -The Dread Pirate Roberts
Taylor Matthew LeMaitre
Keith Allen Long
Tabitha Brooke Mannick
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” -St. Augustine
“Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” -Forrest Gump
“Wishes can come true, but not if you just wait for miracles. Miracles are things we make for ourselves, here and now.” -Oerba Dia Vanille
“Fortune favors the brave.” -Unknown
Mina Yvonna Momeni
Catherine Alexandrea Moseley
Jane Carol Murphy
Arasakesari Ganesh Nadarajan
“True terror is to wake up one morning and discover that your high school class is running the country.” -Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
“It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live, remember that.” -Albus Dumbledore
“A good head and a good heart are always a formiddable combination.” -Nelson Mandela
“Real friends are the ones who stay with you during tough times.” -Kuppal Malathy Nadarajan
Julia Dawn Nelson
Kyle DeVille Nelson
“Happiness can be found in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.” -Albus Dumbledore
“The one who doesn’t fall doesn’t stand up.” -Fedor Emelianenko
Parker Scott Owen
Stephen Jarrod Penn
Jasmené Kathaniel Dell-Lynn Nettles
“Success is often acheived by those who don’t know that failure is inevitable.” -Coco Chanel
Jacqueline Simone Ollison “Arguing with a fool proves that there are two.” -Doris M. Smith
Eric August Peterson
“Life is found in the dance between your deepest desire and your greatest fear.” -Tony Robbins
“Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well.” -Lord Chesterfield
“Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.” -Jimi Hendrix
“Who is wise and understanding among you? Let him show by good conduct that his works are done in the meekness of wisdom.” -James 3:13
De’Anaira MeShae Preyear
Lisa Marie Renye
Erin Lynn Retzlaff-Roberts
Alexicia Danielle Richardson
“When life gives you lemons, make orange juice and leave the world wondering how you did it.” -Unknown
“Whatever satisfies the soul is truth.” -Walt Whitman
“Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.” -Mark Twain
“I hope your dreams take you to the most special places your heart has ever known.” -Anonymous
Steven Andrew Robbins
Coutney Olivia Rogers
Whitney Morgan Rogers
Jennifer Megan Royal
“My view is that if your philosophy is not unsettled daily then you are blind to all the universe has to offer.” -Neil deGrasse Tyson
“Do your best. Don’t outsmart your common sense. Never let your praying knees get lazy, and love like crazy.” -Lee Brice.
“You never know what life is like until you have lived it.” -Marilyn Monroe
“Your life is an occasion. Rise to it.” -Suzanne Weyn
William Robert Seery
Margaret Elizabeth Self
Aaron Briggs Stuber
“Great things come to those who wait, but if you wait too long, you’re going to forget what you’re waiting for.” -Unknown
“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.” -Warren Buffet
“Other hearts in other lands are beating / with hopes and dream as true and high as mine.” -Lloyd Stone
“If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that its stupid.” -Albert Einstein
Carmen Mya Thomas
Joseph Seier Thornton
Justin Anthony Timberlake
John William Upton
“Happiness can be found in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.” -Albus Dumbledore
“Nothing contributes so much to tranquilize the mind as a steady purpose.” -Mary Shelley
“Promise you’ll never forget me, ever. Not even when I’m a hundred.” -Christopher Robin
“There’s a lot of blood, sweat, and guts between dreams and success.” -Paul “Bear” Bryant
Gabrielle Valerie Valle
Jose Luis Velazquez
Patricia Ann Vogel
Khalil Allan Waddell
“It’s not something I would recommend, but it’s one way to live.” -Bright Eyes
“Somewhere deep down there’s a decent man in me, he just can’t be found.” -Eminem
“It’s our choices... that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” -J. K. Rowling
“I have nothing to declare except my genius.” -Oscar Wilde
Hannah Marie Waggerman
Kristina Marie Warren
Jania Devon Washington
Amy Katelyn Welch
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” -Henry Stanley Haskins
“I go to seek a great perhaps.” -François Rebelais
“We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that Death will tremble to take us.” -Charles Bukowski
Michael Aaron Williams “There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” -Ernest Hemingway
“Don’t measure your passion by other people’s reactions.” -Damian Kindler
Roger Cook II
Guy Vogel III
D. J. Britten
Staff & Faculty Larry V. Turner, President
Fall TerM Whatâ€™s that?!? Western thought zombies. Theyâ€™ve been mutated by radiation and excessive learning. Now they thirst for the taste of brains and ether.
Zombies? I wonder if Aristotle ever paused to consider their possibility. Where might they fall on the hierarchy of being? Are their souls still connected to their respective sta--
Good thing we all know the campus so well from last year. Other wise these zombies would be a lot harder to avoid. Actually, I’m new...
Wait, you’re a sophomore?
No, incoming junior. You can stay, but if we need bait we’re using you. RUN!
Hey, are you okay? We need to get to class. You don’t have senioritis, do you?
Wake me up when we graduate.
MOVE in day
Oh, the traffic jams. The innocent, nervous faces. Those clingy parents who just wonâ€™t ever leave. Those all-too-important introductions between roommates. And those darn returnings, already complaining and acting like they know everything! Such is Move-In Day. But, that day, did anybody, incoming or otherwise, have a clue what they were getting into? Azimuth
Dress Code Assembly
Volleyball Courtney Rogers, Hannah Fraiser, Allison Dahlberg, Audrey Arnold, Sara Fulcher, Alexicia Richardson, Mallory Burch, Deâ€™Anaira Preyear, Maggie Craft, Whitney Rogers, Brooke Uesry, Mikayla Burns, Jane Murphy, Suzanna Swanson, and Sydnee Wood.
Cross Country Boys: James Alex, Freddy Argueta, Jacob Commerofrd, Ryan Howard, Aaron Mullins, John-Alec Parker, Jesse Ramirez, Nick Valle, Jose Velazquez, Connor Watkins, Brent Zeralsky. Girls: Courtney Daniels, Joanie Haas, Karleigh Irwin, Raven Johnson, Rebecca Michel, Dionna Walker. Managers: Kathryn Hurst, and Ganesh Nadarajan.
Class Bonding During one of the first weekends of the year, each class took a day trip to a local attraction. The seniors visited the 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center, the juniors visited Dauphin Island, and the sophomores visited the Exploreum.
Geekfest We made it through the first few months, and now itâ€™s time to party. This Fall term Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores got together for the first Geekfest of the year. Games were played, pizzas were devoured, and energy drinks were drained long into the night and the morning. Monsters and cartoon characters roamed the halls, while Magic tournaments raged on in the gym. It was a night for everyone to take a break from their usual epic struggles.
German-American Day Holy Quark and Apfel Schorle! It’s time for the annual German-American Day celebration at ASMS, an annual treat sponsored by German club. The crowd of attendees enjoyed dancing lessons and a cafe, where they attempted to order authentic snacks in German. While the pronunciation may have been cringe-worthy, where there’s food there’s fun, and this was certainly no exception.
French Week Break out your berets and continental manners; it’s time for National French Week. This year, French club celebrated with a series of events, starting with crèpe baking lessons. Tuesday brought a French café where participants got to attempt to scratch out their snack orders in French. Then, the club showed “The Count of Monte Cristo” and served hot cocoa for their Wednesday event, and the week culminated in an presentation on French culture at assembly.
SPIRIT WEEK Spirit Week is characterized by the terror of bearded ladies and the pizazz of the well-dressed. Get up early to dress as your alter ego. Or just don’t change. “Quickly don a brassiere, man! To the front lines you go! Watch out for the lovely young lady with an Anatomy and Physiology textbook and a penciled-on mustache.”
Goofy Olympics The adrenaline of a neck-and-neck, tooth-and-nail, chest thumpingly vicious hall competition. It begins. Soon everyone color codes to prepare for battle. This is the final moment. That great Conflict...Goofy Olympics. The final battle is fought not with the sword but with tug-of-war and a cross dress relay. Only one hall will prevailâ€Ś
Senior Trip Whatâ€™s the only place you get to meet princesses, stay in a sports themed hotel, and answer a role question every morning? Senior Trip of course! Mr. Dolbeare and a handful of chapherones enjoyed a three day trip to Disney World with the senior class. Memories were made, rides were ridden, and sleep was unheard of.
Winter Term I never go to the Winter Formal. Not once in 20 years. However... Sitting at my Spirituality Seat, I sense that there is a problem...
The students are dancing at the same frequency as the extremely loud music. This may cause an earthquake if the amplitude gets too high. Here, I think I have something in my desk...
You see, the waves of the music and the steps of the students are aligned, and the amplitudes of the t wo combine to make a considerable wave...
Yes? Please let me speak to the D.J.... He must turn that music down!
And thus the day was saved... at least, for one more night... 53
Sophomore Class Trip
Swamp tours, vertigo in the WWII museum, flying sugar in Cafe Du Monde, wedding crashing, singing in the Hard Rock Cafe, and creepy ghost tours were the highlights of Sophomore Trip. The class bonded over eating beignets, riding the river boat, watching a wedding in Jackson Square, and of course, the exhausting bus ride back.
Campus is at its shiniest clean of the year. Students are strutting about in their finest apparel. Teachers are out with bright smiles and their coolest demos. What could be possibly be going on this Saturday morning? Preview Day. All sorts of potential incoming students appear at the school to ask questions and be dazzled by the schoolâ€™s geekiness. A little crazy as it may be for our ambassadors and other volunteers, itâ€™s a fun day to show our best side and draw in our next class.
Freddy Argueta, Stephen Penn, Kyle Nelson, Daniel Tyler, Tyrone Rudolph, Jon-Alec Parker, Desmond Jackson, Branson Pansing, Lawson Pierce, Drew Beeco, Connor Adams, Michael Shockley, Jerome Amos, Noah Poirson, Khalil Waddell.
Kirsten Andersen, Chelsea Glenn, Emily Kendrick, Tracy Lin, Alexicia Richardson, Rebecca Smith, Anna Tankersley, Gabbi Valle, Ayanna Williams, Sydnee Wood, Jacqueline Ollison.
Geekfest In the midst of the fog, the cold, the melancholy, and the overall post-Christmas apathy, we nerds needed a break. Or, more specifically, an all-night Geek-out. With movies, board games, card matches, Guitar Hero, computer games, anime, Dance Party, and, of course, the allimportant junk food, everybody had a chance to get the excess geek out of their system and loosen up before finishing off Winter Term.
One athletic team truly defines the ASMS spirit. Their raw athleticism and physical prowess insured that they would be the defenders of ASMS in its time of need. The Chess team. Fearlessly led by Eric Peterson and Alexander Peeples, the Chess team stood as ASMSâ€™s last hope to defend the campus from destruction and loss. What other choice did they have but to triumph? For the first time in nearly a decade the Chess Team won the Mobile County-Baldwin County Championship.
Science Bowl The madness! The preperation! Poor Physics Department! Science Bowl has arrived. The volunteers struggle to drown out the sound of the buzzers, as the competitors rack their brains for the right answers, and the students pray that it is over soon.
Special Projects Geez, Iâ€™ve been here for hours...
When is she ever going to open the door?
Guys, the world has ended. Why do you even care what special project you get?
Are you kidding? Gourmet Brains is waaay more important than Zombie Literature. Even if I get bitten, I still want to be able to cook...
Culinary Adventures Azimuth
sp Creative Writing
The Games People Play
Habitat for Humanity
Investigating the Detective: Batman
StoryTelling: Childrenâ€™s Books
Spring Term Man, how am I going to get into the caf? Normally, I hate eating in here, but it’s all I’ve got left, these days. All of our other resources have run short...
And we still haven’t figured out how to wash our clothes, since the explosion knocked out our power and running water...
What are we going to do? Things are getting pretty crazy around here...
But I just want something to eat. I’m so hungry! I bet there’s so much in there, my whole hall would be set for days. If I could just get in...
What! How did you guys get in there?
Didn’t you know the other door was unlocked?
Junior Class Trip
There was only one hope for the juniors of ASMS. In order to escape the ravages of a leering Spring Term schedule they had to escape. The voyage was a weekend for the ages. Mall visits and bus trips were smattered in, but the dominating responsibility of the junior class loomed large. Six Flags. The juniors did ASMS proud. Conquering everything from Acrophobia to Goliath, they thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Returning to their duties with a heavy heart the juniors stopped by the University of Alabama on their way back to prepare for the college admissions process.
Tennis Women: Esther Grubbe, Karleigh Irwin, Kalee Jones, Cassidee Jones, Tabitha Mannick, Joy Stewart, Elena Wisniewski. Men: Ryan Howard, Cody Isham, Patrick Oâ€™Donnell, Branson Pansing, Alexander Peeples, Joseph Thornton, Dylan Vines, Guy Vogel, Skyler Wagner.
Soccer Women: Kaitlyn Allen, Elizabeth Baker, Victoria Boyle, Candice Clark, Courtney Clem, Brittney Clem, Maggie Craft, Courtney Daniel, Hannah Fraiser, Amelia Grider, Raven Johnson, Allison Kam, MaCayla Murphy, Jasmene Nettles, Julia Rath, Gabbi Valle, Anna Word, Dominique Wozniak. Men: Saad Awan, Takreem Aziz, Conner Bass, Gabe Bridges, Michael Bui, Jared Campbell, Hollis DeLaney, Zachary Grider, Alex Ketchum, Kyle Nelson, Bryan Park, Austin Pearson, Brandon Pham, Will Steudle, Jose Velazquez, Kendyl Waddll, Khalil Waddell, Antonio West, Eric Wu, Brent Zeralsky.
Tea Enthusiasts Azimuth
Women of the World
german Club Allies
French CLub Directorsâ€™ Guild
FBLA Scholarsâ€™ Bowl
Lab Of LEarning Ignite
Joyful Noise Azimuth
National Honor Society
Spanish Honor Society
Bibles & Brownies
Senior class Officers
Junior Class Officers
Sophomore Class Officers Azimuth
Jane Murphy Vice President
Candice Clark Secretary
Paola Capo Treasurer
Eric Wu Parliamentarion
Will Blackwell Sergeant-at-Arms
Academic Affairs Committee
Student Government Association
Allison Kam President
Campus Life Committee
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Baby Pics Azimuth
Baby Pics Azimuth
Whoâ€™s Who Most likely to survive the apocalypse (Most Likely to Succeed) Allison and Hollis
Most likely to teach the Aliens english (Best Tutors) Alexandrea and Joseph
Most likely to Outrun the zombies (Most Athletic) Alexicia and Stephen
fastest to learn the survival manual (Most Studious) Elizabeth and Sam 121
Most likely to lead the revolution (Best Leaders) Hannah and Aaron
Most likely to fake their death (Biggest Trolls) Mya and Eric
Most likely to step on the mines (Most Likely to Have a Blonde Moment) Kathryn and Freddy
Best graffiti Artsits (Most Artistic) Bekka and Jordan
Most likely to go native (Most Southern) Courtney and John
Most likely to Have the surviving bunker (Biggest Hermits) Baylin and Will
Most likely to Charm the Aliens (Biggest Flirts) Esther and Kyle
Most likely to Sanitize the zombies (Most OCD) Kaylin and Taylor
Most likely to Put the martians to bed on time (Most Likely to Return as Hall Staff) Lisa and Kyle
Best Camouflage (Best Dressed) Jasmene and Parker
Most likely to Recreate y2k (Most Techy) Mina and Steven
Most likely to trip when running from the zombies (Most Klutzy) Jennifer and Khalil
Most likely to poison the water supply (Most Likely to Blow Up the Chem Lab) Erin and Ganesh
Best Bunker Buddies (Best Male Roommates) Hollis and Justin
Least Likely to develop PTSD (Most Optimistic) Jane and Keith
Best bunker buddies (Best Female Roomates) Kaylin and Bekka
What a year...
How did the sketchy Couples always need bench make it? a place to make out, apocalypse or no.
I donâ€™t even remember what happened here ... The study garden looked this bad before the apocalypse.
If we can survive this, we can survive anything - or at least college.
The end... 125
C/o 2013 127
Congratulations Allison Kam! YOU ARE OUR STEADY AND SHINING LIGHT
We are always so proud of you. May the Good
Lord shower you with His Blessings as you grow in His Love.
We Love You,
Mom, Dad, Brendan, and Charlton,
Jennifer Megan Royal Congratulations! We all are so proud of you. Love, Mom, Tabitha, and Sarah
Lisa, You have reached another milestone in your journey through life. Graduation!!! Though the years were sometimes tedious and overwhelming, you handled it with true character and persevered. We are truly blessed to share in your lifeâ€™s achievements, and we are so proud of you! We look forward to experiencing and being a part of your future growth into adulthood. Your future is in good hands your own. Love, Dad, Mom, and B rother
CLASS OF 2013, ON THREE GREAT YEARS OF LEARNING, SERVICE, ADVENTURE, FRIENDSHIP AND FUN AT ASMS]
It has been so exciting to see you grow from a young bubbly girl into a lovely mature woman. You should be very proud of your accomplishments as we are, but do not forget to savor the moment while you are in it. Memories are a cherished blessing, take time to enjoy them while they are happening. Love Mom, Dad, Erin, Rob, Emily, & Eli.
Candice, We are very proud of you and all of your accomplishments. Wherever you go, go with all your heart, be true to yourself, and follow your dreams. Remember education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world. Always put God first and you will always succeed. Love, MOM and DAD
Mya, We are so proud of you. You have overcome so many obstacles to achieve all that you have. So “anchor down” and get ready to walk through the “dore” to your success! You deserve it! Love, Daddy, Mommy and Tony
â€œDelight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the Lord, trust in Him and He will do this.â€? Psalm 37:4-5 Love Dad, Mom, Brittney, Ashton, Austin and Dayton
We love You! Mom, Cody, and Granny
Elizabeth, 18 years ago you came into this world and changed the lives of everyone around you. If God had given me a pen and paper and allowed me to write down what I wanted your first 18 years of life to be like, I would have never imagined the places you have seen or the things that you have done. You are an inspiration to us and everyone around you. Always continue to put God first and everything else will fall into its place. We Love You, Dad and Ms. Jennifer Phillipians 4:13 â€œI can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.â€?
As this chapter ends A new begins Go fearless into this great, big world Trust in God Heâ€™ll always be there Our heart, Our soul Our Baby Girl. We love you, Mom, Dad, and Kobe
“This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” -Winston Churchill
Don’t forget the words of the Great RuPaul! -Your loving and benevolent parents and devoted siblings
Our little girl is all grown up. We are so proud of you and your accomplishments. Please follow the path God has for your life. Love, Mom and Dad
Yearbook Staff Editors: ELizabeth Self, Alexandrea Moseley, and Kaylin Bowen Staff: Alexander Peeples, Jennifer Royal, Angela Chieh, Cassidee Jones, Leanna Hamilton, Steven Robbins, and Nick Davison.