Homer Flex School, Class of 2018
During her junior year, due to unforeseen circumstances, Amber Bridgeman faced the tough decision to follow her family to Hawaii or stay in Alaska to complete her high school diploma. She opted to transfer to Homer Flex, and she made the most of her decision. Amber quickly demonstrated that she possesses the maturity to manage both her personal life and school on her own. A hard worker and an organized student, Amber decided to take Jumpstart courses during her senior year at the Kachemak Bay Campus. This self-motivation and commitment to her future inspired the students around her, and has guided her on the path to post-secondary education in the health sciences.
Amber will attend a CNA program in Anchorage this summer. Granted full funding to complete the program through a migrant education scholarship, Amber plans to continue her post-secondary education at UAA-KBC in the nursing program next year. She is also the recipient of the Kachemak Bay Rotary Club’s Vocational Scholarship as well as the Homer Emblem Club #350’s Scholarship. Given her determination and focus, there is no doubt that she will find success.
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