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May 1 is known as National College Decision Day. It’s a day for high school seniors across the country to announce where they plan to officially attend college after graduating. However, at South Harrison Community School Corporation, we’ve put our own twist on decision day, celebrating all graduating seniors going off to college, joining the workforce or pursuing a trade.

Decision Day is long-awaited, with much anticipation from students, their families and staff to know what their decision is. Today, South Central seniors shared with their peers, their plans for the future. Congratulations seniors!

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources

Craig Simpson, Simpson Farms LLC, hopes to pursue a job as an agricultural manager
Hunter Snyder, SamTec, plans to attend Indiana University Southeast in the future

Architecture and Construction

Myles Bierman, United Electric, hopes to become a full-time electrician
Avery Bogan, currently working at Walmart with the hopes to pursue a career in construction
Kendall Crosier, Bob Bowsman Construction, plans to attend a full-time career in construction
Matthew Crowe, Dan Cristiani Excavating Co., wants to become a heavy machine operator
Braylon Eubank, CMC and Ivy Tech, plans to attend a full-time career in construction
Ty Jones, JCTC, is wanting to become a lineman
Brandon Small Wood, Koetter Construction, hopes to build a career in carpentry
Kole Stewart, Louisville Mechanical to become a pipe fitter

Arts, AV Technology and Communications

Piper Mathis, Indiana University Southeast to pursue a career as a graphic designer
Scarlett Temple, Ball State University to pursue a degree in animation

Education and Training

Hannah Cory, Indiana University Southeast to become a biology teacher
Alexandra Liebert, Indiana University Southeast to each elementary and special education
Brooklyn Robson, Indiana University Southeast to become a secondary teacher
Emily Watson, University of Evansville to become a history professor

Businesses Management and Administration

Owen Montierth, UNLV to have a career in business finance
Jack Schmelz, Indiana University Bloomington to become a financial manager or business owner
Millie Spencer, Indiana University Southeast to get a degree in business marketing

Health Science

Karys Collins, JCTC for occupational therapy
Riley Ingle, University of Southern Indiana for occupational therapy
Abigail Knear, University of Southern Indiana for nursing
Coral Manley, BYU Idaho for biology to become an optometrist
Autumn Milliner, MedQuest College to become a veterinary technician
Jennifer Pierson, Hospital as a pediatric nurse
Megan Wibbles, University of Southern Indiana for nursing
Taylor Wilson, Indiana University Bloomington for biology to become an orthodontist

Hospitality and Tourism

Elayna McIntosh, currently working at South Harrison Parks and wants to be an entrepreneur

Human Services

Joshua Brashear, Ivy Tech to pursue a career in recruiting 
Joseph Davis, full-time employment with Gravecare LLC
Autumn Drane, Muse Artistry as a cosmetologist 
Makaylie Patterson, Dental Assistant
Kaitlyn Wiseman, works at a hair salon


Tyrin Archibald, Ivy Tech, hopes to pursue a career in HVAC
Ethan Johnes, Knight’s School of Welding to pursue welding o cabinetry
Noah Junga, Vincennes University to become a CNC programmer

Transportation, Distribution and Logistics

Jared Crosier, full-time employment with Gotta Go Trucking
Kenall Kiper, Mac Construction to become a diesel mechanic 
Joseph Mattingly, Valvoline, hopes to move into construction eventually
Cameron Mercer, Military, wants to become a diesel mechanic 


Elijah Junga, Purdue University to become a cybersecurity analyst
Kevonna Lassiter, University of Southern Indiana to become a wildlife biologist
Logan Sizemore, Purdue Polytechnic to become an engineer at SamTec

Law and Public Safety, Corrections and Security

Breanna Miller, University of Louisville to become a criminal psychologist