After a life-changing and exciting year, it’s time for a few of YTA’s World Champion varsity robotics students to start their next adventure. Team 120 is saying goodbye to 10 seniors who are moving on to college this fall. We are very proud of our students, and have listed their plans below. We wish them all the best and congratulations!
Aliyah Badgette graduated from MC2 STEM High School, and she will begin her post-secondary education at Cuyahoga Community College and later plans to transfer to the University of Cincinnati to study Mechanical Engineering.
Renee Boyd, a graduate from MC2 STEM High School, will be attending Miami University-Oxford, OH to pursue a double major in Psychology and Social Justice.
Richelle Boyd, a graduate from MC2 STEM High School, will be attending Miami University-Oxford, OH to pursue a major in Architecture with a minor in graphic design.
Iris Harris, a graduate of John Adams High School, and will start a 3+2 program in Biomedical Engineering where she will attend Hiram College for 3 years and Case Western Reserve University for her final 2 years.
Maurissa Harrison, a graduate of John Adams High School, will be attending Oakwood University in Huntsville, AL to study Computer Science.
Joshua Lacy, a graduate of John Adams High School, plans to attend the Ohio State University to study Computer Science.
Avionne Weaver, a graduate from Design Lab, will be attending Bowling Green State University.
Ryan Werner, a graduate from John Marshall High School, will be attending either Cuyahoga Community College or Cleveland State University.
Arianna West, a graduate of MC2 STEM High School, will be attending North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University to pursue a major in Mechanical Engineering.
James Wright, a graduate of John Adams High School, will be attending Cuyahoga Community College to study Mechanical Engineering.