Education

Wisdom’s newest graduates announce post-secondary plans

St. AGATHA, Maine — Wisdom Middle/High School has released its 2018 graduates’ post-secondary plans.

Amber Albert will study fine arts at Southern Maine Community College (SMCC).

Rashelle Arthur will study fine arts at the University of Maine at Presque Isle (UMPI).

Bailey Bellefleur will attend the University of Maine at Augusta where she will towards becoming a dental assistant.

Cassandra Boucher will attend UMPI to pursue a degree in liberal studies.

Kyle Chamberland will attend the University of Maine at Fort Kent (UMFK) to study business.

Desiree Dumais will attend York County Community College to work towards becoming a veterinarian assistant.

Olivia Gervais will attend the University of Maine in Orono where she will pursue a degree in engineering.

Jack Guerrette will enter the workforce.

Jonathan Guerrette will study wildlife biology at the University of Maine at Machias.

Dorothy Harris will attend the University of Maine where she will pursue a degree in engineering.

Carson Labrie will attend Northern Maine Community College to study welding.

Sarah Lavertu will attend the University of Maine where she will pursue a degree in mechanical engineering technology.

Breanna Lavoie has enlisted in the Army National Guard. She plans to study criminal justice.

Kayla Pinette will attend UMFK to study nursing.

Nicole Plourde will move to Kentucky and enter the workforce.

Derek Roy will study engineering at the University of New Brunswick.

Wyatt Sirois will enter the workforce.

Riley Theriault will attend Bates College.  She has not decided upon a major area of focus at this time.

Dylan Weyeneth will study computer technology at SMCC.

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