Abigail has lived in Camas since she was born and will be graduating from Dorothy Fox. She thinks the biggest lesson that she’s learned this year is to let loose and have fun. She has two favorite teachers, Mr. Miller who teaches Math and Art, her favorite subjects. She also likes Mrs. Fish because she is always fun and likes to dance and sing around the classroom. She does things that might seem embarrassing but she makes fun. When she grows up she would like to work for Disney.JoJo has lived in Camas since she was very young. She has two sisters and two brothers and loves sports. She will be graduating from Dorothy Fox this year and heading to Skyridge Middle School. She’s mostly looking forward to going to school with one of her friends, Mira, that she’s known since pre-school. Her favorite teacher was Mr. Miller. When JoJo grows up she wants to be an astronaut or teacher.
Kelsey and Sarah are both awesome sales associates at PaperMaker Pride
Kelsey attended Grass Valley, Skyridge, and now graduating from CHS. She will be attending OSU with a Major in Construction Engineering Management. For her senior project she job shadowed someone in the Underwater Construction Management field. The biggest lesson she learned was to integrate things she liked to do into things you have to do. She will really miss her job at PaperMaker Pride and seeing everyone that comes into the store.
Sarah moved to Camas from Fairfax, Virginia in 2020. Sarah was a captain on the Camas girls LAX team this year. She loves the connections that she’s made through the Lacrosse community. For her senior project, she coached a 3/4 Camas Lacrosse team. She will be attending Dominican University to study nursing, and play lacrosse for their women’s team. The advice she would give freshman would be to turn everything in, no matter what.
Andrew ‘17 and Michael ’19 have lived in Camas most of their lives, both attending Lacamas Elementary, Liberty Middle School and Camas High School. Both brothers were kickers for Camas Football and went on to play in college. Michael graduated from The University of Hawaii Manoa majoring in Computer Science, and Andrew graduated from WSU majoring in Medical Sciences/Biology. Both grads have one year of eligibility left and will continue to play football as they pursue their graduate degrees; Andrew at Colorado State and Michael at the University of Oregon.
Michael felt very prepared with his education at Camas, but joked that it would have been nice to have been taught how to do his taxes. Andrews advice to high school grads is to enjoy summer, and being around your friends. When you come back from college it’s different, people start to do different things and sometimes don’t come back to Camas.
Jillian ‘18 grew up in Camas attending Prune Hill Elementary, Skyridge Middle School and is a CHS. She just graduated from Oregon State with a degree in Public Health & Health Administration, and recently started a job at Adventist Hospital in Portland. She is working in the Human Resources department as a Human Performance Coordinator. Her advise to high school grads, study hard, college is a lot of work.
Ashley ‘18 was raised in Camas and attended Dorothy Fox, Lacamas Heights Elementary, Skyridge Middle School and was a Cheerleader at CHS. She recently graduated with a Nursing degree from WSU in Pullman. She recently accepted a nursing position in the post surgical unit at Adventist Health in Portland. Her advice to graduating seniors is to research the school and atmosphere of where you will be attending. Make sure that you like what the school and atmosphere have to offer.
Maddie ‘19 has lived in Camas since she was born. She attended Dorothy Fox, Skyridge 6th grade, Liberty 7-8th grade, and CHS. She just graduated from WSU Vancouver with a degree in Psychology. She is now working for BBSI as a Benefits Specialist in their HR Department. The best advise she has for the graduating seniors is that it’s ok to not be perfect at everything. You can and will figure some things out along the way.