Cathey and Cornelius Belcher are the proudest parents in the world because their children Kolby, Sydeny, and Kendall Belcher graduated from Ola High School. Each of them closed the school with 4.0 GPA. “I’m extremely blissful and pleased with them,” said Cathey.
The Belchers started working with children at the age of 3 so that their education would be of the highest quality. ng in them the significance of getting well-rounded schooling. “They took off from that point,” Cathey said. “They realized they were supposed to give their all and never settle for a B or C grade when they could get A.
The Trinitarians were encouraged to do their best. “We sustained them and pu * held them en route,” she said. “They’ve done it all around well.”
Kolby will graduate in business organization and go to Georgia State University. Sydeny will attend the same university but will become a medical caretaker.
Her biggest dream is to work in the hematology/oncology division at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Kendall also wants to get a degree in business organization at Gordon State College and graduate from Gordon State College and plans to get a degree for lifelong degree in the monetary administration industry.
“I’m amped up for them heading off to college,” Cathey said. “We’re empowering them to continue doing what they’ve been doing and reminding them to constantly reward their local area.”
We wish the children many successes ahead.