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August 27, 2013

CCS SENIORS 2014

Community Christian School is proud to recognize their Senior Class. This is the seventh class of seniors since CCS re-opened their high school. These four graduates will bring the total to 19. The Junior class at CCS this year includes 11 students who graduate in 2015.

Isaiah Brazeal, son of Terry and Joyce Brazeal, starts the year ranked number one in the class. Isaiah is an All District Football and Basketball player.  He is also well known for his acting ability having won Best Actor at the TCAF State One Act Play Contest last year. He has also participated in choir, debate, and student government. Isaiah is also a student leader for chapel services. Isaiah is an active member of Well of Life Church with whom he traveled to Germany on a mission trip this last summer. Isaiah has aspirations of going to UT, UNT, or TCU.

Samuel Brazeal, son of Pastor Zip and Sherri Brazeal, has joined CCS this year full time. Sammy has been around CCS playing sports and participating in drama for several years. He is an All District Football and Basketball player, including the award of TCAF Division II MVP of the year. He is an active member of Perrin Church of Christ. Samuel says he is intending on playing college football.

Brandon Bolt, son of Tracy and Joel Bolt, returns to CCS this year. Brandon is an All District Football player and a basketball player. Brandon served as the sound man taking home All Star Technician Award in the CCS State Championship One Act Play. Brandon is also an active member of Well of Life Church and he also went to Germany this last summer. Brandon is considering the Navy after graduation.

Jonna Pennington, daughter of Matt and Cindy Pennington, is new to CCS this year. She is a transfer from MWHS. Jonna is looking forward to her new school with much anticipation. She plans to play basketball and participate in One Act Play.

Doug Jefferson, Administrator of CCS, had this to say: "This is an incredible group of young people. We are looking forward to a great year at CCS. From Pre-K to 12th grade, our school is filled with excitement. Our Mission and Vision of CCS creates such an awesome atmosphere for partnering with parents to educate the whole person of every student."

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