Anna Breazeale is a sophomore at the Tri-County Early College. She will graduate in 2011 with a High School Diploma and a College Transfer Degree. Anna says Tri-County Community College (TCCC) has allowed her to grasp the education rather than get the grade. She said, “Attending TCCC gives her an advanced education that holds her to higher standards.”
Anna thanks Dr. Steve Wood for making her first impression of the college a positive experience. She said, “Dr. Wood helped take the fear of college away, and if I set goals, then I can do anything!” Anna is excited about her future and feels she has a jump start on life by attending TCCC. She is very excited and prepared to take on the next phase of her college career.
Anna is an avid volunteer and has banked many hours volunteering and performing community service at the college and in the local community. Anna received the Most Outstanding Volunteer award in 2007 from the Tri-County Community College Foundation. Anna said, “I know what it means to be a volunteer and I enjoy working with others and getting to know new people.”
Anna Breazeale is now a senior at the Tri-County Early College High School (TCECHS) and plans to graduate with honors in May, 2011 with both a high school diploma and a college transfer degree.
Breazeale was recently honored for her overall effort and accomplishments when Alissa Cheek, TCECHS Principal, awarded her the Ms. Jaguar Award. In presenting the award, Cheek cited Breazeale
Breazeale credits the influence of Whitener to her possibly majoring in Aerospace at the university level, but says she eventually hopes to become a pediatrician.