Caroline Conner is currently attending Belmont University where she is pursuing a double major in Computer Science and Theatre. She is also considering a minor in Japanese. She plans to study abroad in Japan and is in Belmont’s percussion ensemble, using the skills she learned at Overton. She is also in Vanderbilt’s Spirit of Gold Marching Band. As a high school senior, she was active in Theatre, participated in IT Girls’ Mentoring, interned at Jackson National, and attended Governor’s School.Read More
Cane Ridge High School grad Mario Ramzy recalls his experience in the Academy of Health Management, where he earned his certified clinical medical assistant certification, earned early college credit and took honors classes.
Learn about his successful journey to college at the University of Tennessee - Knoxville:
Academy of Arts & Communication
The academy program has impacted my future for the better and I am happy to be a product of it. As a sophomore at Cane Ridge High School, I became a member of the Interactive Multimedia Pathway and began to learn more about the actual softwares used in the field today. My high school was actually giving me tools I could use after I graduated and that separated me from my competition.Read More
Academy of Health and Sciences, Class of 2017
When a fellow classmate suffered a severe asthma attack during a rehearsal for the school play Romeo and Juliet, Chelstin Wildun knew exactly what to do. Chelstin performed CPR on her unresponsive classmate for 12 minutes until the Emergency Medical Team arrived at the school to take her to the hospital.Read More