Five students graduated from Bachman Academy on May 12. However these are no ordinary high school graduates. Each of these students has been diagnosed with one or more learning disabilities that have made the process of learning a battle at times.
These graduates have not allowed their diagnoses to defeat them, but have victoriously mastered secondary education with achievable career goals. Sierra Goll, from Georgia, plans to go to college for nursing. Ryan Jones, from North Carolina, has been accepted at Montreat College, where he will major in pre-med. Ryan Sarrell plans to attend college and earn a degree in accounting. Krystal Wasserman will pursue a career in graphic design. Troy Williams plans to be a landscape architect.