Former Graduates: Where are they now?
Upon graduation, Jordon transitioned from Wharton County Junior College (where he attended as part of his high school transition program) to Blinn College. He plans to go on to Texas A&M University and declared Engineering as his major.
After graduating from Focus Academy, Colin is working full-time for two different animal kennels. He is interested in attending trade school for diesel mechanics next year.
As of August 2018 Grant has written and published his first book (along with his amazing mother Julie Coy). Information about this cool book (printed in a specialized dyslexia font) and Grant's other products can be found at www.jigsawgrant.com. Grant took a bit longer to complete high school because he was working on his magnificent art business - Grant's Eco Art www.grantsecoart.com but it seems it was totally worth it!
Brandon was only at Focus Academy for his final year of high school, but he did an amazing job transitioning! He is currently attending junior college to get his core coursework out of the way.
Wyatt moved away to Waco immediately after graduation. Although he decided the program was not for him after the first year, he gained valuable skills in independent living. He moved to Austin and is continuing to workin on independent living skills while attending community college there.
Michael currently attends college as a music major. He is making some amazing dynamic music already and we can't wait to hear his music in future video games!
Blake is currently employed part-time at Kroger and working towards a degree in Forrestry. Some day he would like to be a Forest Ranger.
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Collier currently attends community college.
Trevor attended Lone Star College to major in Entertainment Technology. After completing the program, he is employed as a
Our Quiet Year!
Matt is a recent graduate of the University of Houston with a Bachelor's degree in Media Productions (December 2017). He currently lives just off campus with a roommate and is looking for his first "real" job.