Wisdom grads decide on fall plans
ST. AGATHA, Maine – Wisdom Middle/High School’s 25 June graduates have announced their post-secondary plans for the coming fall.
Kelsey Banville will pursue liberal studies and work towards becoming a radiologic technician at Eastern Maine Community College (EMCC).
Christian Benbow will attend Northern Maine Community College (NMCC) for building trades.
Kimberly Blanchette will attend the University of Maine at Ft. Kent (UMFK) for liberal studies and will work towards becoming a radiologic technician.
Dale Boucher will pursue a career in the military.
Leon Boucher will attend skills workshops.
Stephanie Bourgoin will study business at UMFK.
Nathan Chamberland will study engineering at the Maine Maritime Academy.
Austin Corriveau will enter the workforce in the area of carpentry.
Kodey Cyr will enter the workforce.
Ashley Daigle will attend the University of Maine at Orono (UMO) to study zoology.
Jasmine Demoranville will study fine arts at the University of Southern Maine (USM).
Andrew Guimond will study engineering at UMO.
Alexander Hildebrandt will attend NMCC for carpentry.
Abigail Lavoie will attend UMFK to study criminal justice.
Walker Levesque will enter the workforce in the area of transportation.
Ben Michaud will enter the workforce and pursue a career as an EMT.
Seth Munoz has enlisted in the US Army.
Daley Pedersen will attend Emerson College in Boston to study fine arts and screenwriting.
Kelly Pelletier will study liberal arts at UMFK.
Kerissa Rouleau will study nursing at UMFK.
Victor Sousa will attend NMCC for carpentry.
Devin Tardif has enlisted in the US Army.
Brandon Thibeault will study business at UMFK.
Ciarra Thibodeau will study business at UMFK.
Alex Williams will study business at the University of Maine at Presque Isle.