On Saturday, January 20, 2024, at the Ball State University men’s basketball game, seven Indiana high school students were honored. This past summer, all seven attended the inaugural Flight Path to Teaching Adventure Camp and since then, have committed to attending Ball State in the Fall of 2024 to pursue a degree in teaching.
Before the game, they took part in a signing ceremony. We are so excited to welcome them as our newest Ball State Cardinals and as future teachers!
Braylon Dean – Speedway High School
Racine DeWalt – Anderson Preparatory Academy
Mackenna Johnson – Noblesville High School
Molly Knight – Penn High School
Katy Rootes – Noblesville High School
Saylor Spore – North Knox High School
Ava West – Eastbrook High School
The Flight Path to Teaching Adventure Camp is a FREE summer workshop experience where high school students interested in exploring college and a career in teaching can gain valuable experience and build leadership skills while spending a week living in a residence hall on the Ball State University campus. This year, both rising high school juniors and seniors are invited to participate in this unique program.
For more information, including how to register to attend in June, visit the Flight Path to Teaching Adventure website.