I attended Wichita Christian from preschool through graduation. I loved the Christian community that surrounds the school. I met my wife at WCS, and have many other lasting relationships that were formed there. The smaller class sizes and opportunities to compete in many sports was awesome.
After high school I earned my BS in Computer Science with emphasis on cyber security from Oklahoma Christian University. I’m now working at Region 9 Education Service Center as a Network and Database Administrator.
I can truly say I loved my experience at WCS. The life lessons, advice from beloved teachers, and Spiritual disciplines that were taught have guided me through life. After graduating in 2014, I attended Oklahoma Christian University and majored in Elementary Education.I taught for several years in Edmond Public Schools before beginning the graduate program at University of Central Oklahoma.
I received a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership and began teaching at Oklahoma Christian School in Edmond, Oklahoma. Currently, I am blessed to be the Elementary Assistant Principal at OCS and I can truly see the hand of God really has been at work in my life. Without the knowledge and experience that WCS has given me, I do not think I would be where I am today. The influence of the WCS community has profoundly impacted my life for the better, and I know God is still at work within the community!
After spending 11 years at WCS and graduating in 2015, I attended Abilene Christian University, where I majored in biology and minored in both chemistry and professional writing. Immediately after my graduation from ACU in 2019, I moved to Los Angeles, California to attend Western University of Health Sciences College of Podiatric Medicine. While in podiatry school, I have participated in research, have been an officer and a board member for the American Podiatric Medical Students' Association, and have been a senior editor for my college's academic journal, Extremitas.
I am anticipating my graduation this coming May with my D.P.M. and will begin my three years of surgical residency in July. I am thankful for the personalized teaching and mentorship I experienced at WCS as well as the lifelong friendships I made there.