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Azalea Withrow

Azalea Withrow

I’ve learned how to communicate with a variety of people who challenge me in my beliefs which has helped prepare me for life after graduation. Beyond college, I want to write about topics that will make a positive impact on how we treat one another within our communities.

Azalea WithrowWCCS Class of 2021
College / University After Graduating from WCCS:

Appalachian State University

Q&A with Azalea

What grades did you attend WCCS?

10th grade through 12th grade.

What is your intended field of study at Appalachian State University?

Journalism

How has learning in a Christian environment positively affected your education?

I’ve learned how to communicate with a variety of people who challenge me in my beliefs which has helped prepare me for life after graduation. Beyond college, I want to write about topics that will make a positive impact on how we treat one another within our communities.

Our mission at WCCS is “Educating students to bless our world as disciples of Jesus Christ.” How do you believe your time here at WCCS prepared you for God’s unique purpose for your life? What are you future plans beyond college?

I’ve learned how to communicate with a variety of people who challenge me in my beliefs which has helped prepare me for life after graduation. Beyond college, I want to write about topics that will make a positive impact on how we treat one another within our communities.

What are you most thankful for when you consider your time at WCCS?

The teachers at WCCS personally invest in their students in a way that public school teachers are unable to.

What is a special memory you have from your time here at WCCS?

Attending the varsity basketball games with my friends.

Has there been a teacher at WCCS that has impacted your faith, education, or personal growth in a significant way? If you were to say thank you to this person, what would you say?

Mrs. Hardy and Mrs. Regier have challenged me to stray from what I am familiar with both inside and outside of the classroom and not yield my beliefs for others. 

If your time here at WCCS were a story, what would be the theme?

Perseverance