An outstanding athlete in high school, Tyler Rondeau was unprepared in his senior year to hear that he had Type 1 diabetes. But he rebounded quickly and with an assist from Sage has been able to make athletics an even bigger part of his life.
After completing a master’s in Childhood Education and a dual master’s in Literacy and Special Education, Jennie Evans has gone on to get her Ed.D in Educational Leadership.
Shy and reserved when she first arrived on campus, Kyerra Stanley feels like the Sage experience has helped make her into more of the person she’s always wanted to be.
When the opportunity to work for her alma mater presented itself, she jumped at the chance. What called her back is what had originally captured her as a teenager. “I felt comfortable here. There’s a sense of camaraderie.”
Laurie Barnes completed her master’s as a distance learner, then traveled 3,000 miles to attend her graduation.