Caroline Miotta

LMC– Graduation is just around the corner and the seniors have one foot, already out the door. But as they step into their futures, what are their plans? The Laker Current has asked and supplied you with all the answers to these burning questions.

Many members of the class of 2018 have opted to stay in Michigan, with seven students going to Michigan State. These include: Jamie Tidey, Corey Seger, Connor Christensen, Adaline Peters, Manny Insidioso-Tucker, Jack Howard, and Dominic Damico.

Valedictorian, Tanner Nutting along with Francesca Valenziano, Will McCoy, who have plans to study business, are Ann Arbor bound, as they will be attending the University of Michigan. BJ Jones is headed for Kalamazoo Valley Community College to study business and marketing; while Michael Johnston has selected Madonna University in Livonia Michigan.

Central Michigan will be home to Thomas Koenig and Zachary Rogers next year. Rogers will be studying sports management. Matt Marzke and Mary Ellen Nuter will be staying local at Lake Michigan College, though Marzke has plans to transfer to Florida Atlantic after a year.     

Kyle Juza will be headed to Toledo University; while Jake Kissane has committed to playing baseball at the University of Wisconsin Superior. Katie Stutz has enlisted in the air force and going into the security forces.  

Inae Choi has committed to Penn State and joining the Net Team is Jesse Schueneman. Finally, Anna LaSata, Katie Sullivan, Seth Collins, Seyeon Kim, Emilio Quattrin, Matt Allerton, and Alex Sobottke remain undecided on their future plans.

While it is sad to see such amazing and gifted people graduate, we are excited to see what incredible things they will accomplish in the future!