Congratulations 2018 High School Grads!
Congratulations to our three graduating seniors! Cheyenne, Bailey, and Savannah all graduate this year from Eaton Rapids High School. Cheyenne has lived at the National Home with her family for two and a half years. She has been a part of 4-H and horseback riding for many years and has participated in the Home’s 4-H program while living here. She is also works with horses at the Ingham County Fair.
Cheyenne plans to attend Lansing Community College in the Fall with the goal of transferring to the University of Michigan to become an OB/GYN.
“The National Home has been amazing!” she says. “I have enjoyed everything they have done for my family and I”. Bailey has lived at the National Home for four years. For all four years she has taken piano lessons at the Home with Rhonda Kennedy. She has participated in Work Crew, a program at the Home that gives kids 14 and over the opportunity to be paid do work around the National Home’s campus. In this program they learn how to open a bank account, set financial goals and budget.
Bailey has been involved in the non-livestock side of 4-H and is a member of the Teen Advisory Board at the National Home’s library.
Bailey plans on attending Lansing Community College to earn her associates in Kinesiology and then transfer to Grand Valley State University to get her Master’s in Kinesiology. She is a member of Interact, a club for high school aged students that focuses on community service. She has been doing early enrollment at Lansing Community College, earning college credits while still in High School. Bailey has been playing soccer for 10 years and is the team manager for the JV and Varsity girls soccer teams at Eaton Rapids High School.
Bailey has volunteered at the Greater Lansing Food Bank and the Siren Shelter in Charlotte. Savannah has lived at the National Home for three years. She has been involved with the National Home’s 4-H program showing hogs at the Ingham County Fair.
Savannah’s goal is to attend Lansing Community College in the Fall and then transfer to a university to pursue a career in nursing.