“I owe my knowledge and success to all the teachers and staff who believed in me.”
– Chelsea Britt, Class of 2007
An Achievable Dream’s Class of 2019 is one with high aspirations to make the world a better place. At the 26th Annual Tennis Ball, you get to meet these dreamers in a special ceremony – those aspiring to be successful in college and career, and to carry on the legacy and work ethic that An Achievable Dream has instilled in them.
Denise Smith, Senior Class President, explains her passion for helping others and desire to make her mark on the nursing world. Her long-term goal is “to become one of the most influential leading figures in the medical field.”
(L to R): Ly’Anni Alston, Haikeem Hill, Icez Thornton, Diamond Lamberty, Denise Smith, Tamara Allen, Lovella Jordan
Tamara Allen, Senior Class Fundraising Representative, explains that, “One of my big dreams is to completely change the American prison system. I want to create more of a rehabilitation system to ensure inmates are able to become positive contributing citizens upon release.”
Hugh Lewis, Senior, shares, “Going to school at An Achievable Dream prepared me well for the future in dressing for success as well as taking all honors and AP courses (which prepared me for the next step). I want to graduate high school and attend The Apprentice School in Fall of 2019. I am excited about starting my career and working with others before me.”
(L to R): Ja’kee Eley, Caleb Weekes, Jahkaii Gray
The Class of 2019 is relationship-oriented, goal driven, and seeks to continue breaking down barriers and helping those around them.