Atlantis Congratulates its High School and College Graduates!
Your community is proud of your accomplishments, and we want to provide a platform to share your news. It’s not a walk across a stage, and it doesn’t make up for the milestones you’ve missed. We wish you a bright and happy future.
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Here are your Graduates!
Jacob Rinker will graduate from The King’s Academy with a degree of distinction in Computer Programming. Jacob was part of the swim team, performed in two school plays and participated in Broadcasting. He will continue at Palm Beach Atlantic University studying Computer Programming and Film.
Jackson David Feulner will graduate from Park Vista High School with at 3.5 GPA. Jackson participated in Park Vista’s Best Buddies, Special Olympics volleyball and basketball, as well as the Park Vista wrestling team. He will continue his post-secondary education in career preparation and job training through Park Vista High School.
Robert Fox attended The King’s Academy where he played varsity baseball. He is currently undecided on his college plans for the fall. He will be playing for the collegiate league of the Palm Beach baseball team for the summer, the Snowbirds. He will make his decision soon! Thank you all for all the support from our wonderful community!
Cecilia Perla attended Suncoast High School in the International Baccalaureate program. She is a member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta, and founded the Yoga Club at Suncoast. She will be attending the University of Florida in the fall, where she will major in Public Health. Go Gators!
David Hunter Furtado will be graduating from The King’s Academy. At The King’s Academy, Hunter was a Varsity athlete on the school’s baseball team. Hunter’s abilities as a pitcher in baseball have earned him consideration in this year’s baseball draft and has provided him with a scholarship to Wake Forest University where he will play baseball for the Demon Deacons in the ACC. Hunter plans to major in communications at Wake Forest. Following his education at Wake Forest, Hunter plans to pursue a professional career in baseball and fulfill his childhood dreams of enjoying America’s past time for as long as God is willing.
Tyler Staton attended American Heritage in Boca/Delray. He will be attending Mississippi State University in the fall, where he will major in Mechanical Engineering. Hail State! Home of the Bulldogs! Bulldog Bound!