Congratulations to our class of 2021 graduates!
The first graduate we’d like to recognize is D’marcus Lewis Doyle. D’marcus is the son of Tenesha LaSalle. He graduated from Lagrange High School in Lake Charles, LA. D’marcus played high school football for 1 year and was an active member of the Lagrange High School Band, “The Sound of Champions” for six years, playing the saxophone. His future plans involve attending college to become a Mechanical Engineer. Congratulations D’marcus!
Next, we want to recognize Kenneth James Quibodeaux, or as we more fondly know him - Trey. Kenneth is the son of Chad and Christie Desadier and Kenny and Tori Quibodeaux. While an active member of Sulphur High School, Kenneth graduated from Acellus Homeschool Academy with a 3.4 GPA and he maintained Honor/Banner Roll all four years of high school. His extracurricular activities included the Sulphur High School Fishing team for 3 years and the Beta Club for 1 year. He plans to attend McNeese State University and major in Business Management. Kenneth has helped many people in need during multiple natural disasters. He has helped distribute items at the Civic Center for people displaced by the hurricanes. He has also helped multiple families clean out their homes after Hurricane Harvey flooded everything. Trey has a servants heart and is always willing to help someone in need. Congratulations Trey!
Finally, we want to recognize Alexa Elaine Richard. Alexa is the daughter of John and Carolyn Richard. She graduated from Dequincy High School in Dequincy, LA, with honors. Despite all of the obstacles of the 2020-21 school year, Alexa managed to graduate Magna Cum Laude with a 3.88 GPA. Alexa participated with the football team for 3 years and the track team for 2 years. Alexa plans to attend McNeese State University to complete her basics and then transfer to Rogers State University where she will major in Veterinary Science to become a large animal Veterinarian. Congratulations Alexa!
You should be so proud of your accomplishments and we pray you all have successful, meaningful, bright futures. God bless!