Christian O. Kennedy-Milligan
What was the graduate's greatest accomplishment?
Christian Kennedy-Milligan represented the school as a Student Ambassador for 3 years at St. Luke Episcopal High School. During his senior year, he was voted Class President. Christian participated in the “Making Spirits Bright” Campaign for 3 years where St. Luke’s held a toy drive in conjunction with Local 15 News and Darwin Singleton and the toys were donated to the Child Advocacy Center for the needy families. He was a very active participant in sports. Christian played football, basketball, and soccer. Christian also participated in track his senior year. Christian was nominated by his school counselor to participate in the American Legion Boys State Program last summer. Outside of school Christian has volunteered every summer for the past 4 years with USA Children and Women’s Hospital in the Pediatric Unit. Christian also found time to work as a Party Attendant at Pump it Up his senior year. Christian is an active member of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd. He serves as an Acolyte and Reader. He was selected to participate in the Episcopal Convention of the Central Gulf Coast as a Youth Delegated in 2015 where the Bishop Russell Kendrick was elected. He also participated in the Consecration of Bishop Russell Kendrick serving as an Acolyte and Reader. He was selected to represent the Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast in South Carolina at the Province IV Youth Leadership Conference this year. Christian most recently participated in Happenings 52 at St. James Episcopal Church in Fairhope. Christian has also secured a job at Camp Beckwith this summer as a Camp Counselor. Christian has received several acceptance letters and scholarship offers but he chose to pursue an Athletic Training degree at the University of West Alabama in Livingston Alabama. The University of West Alabama awarded him a Trustee Award Honors Scholarship, a Trustee Award Leadership Scholarship and a Superior Student Scholarship. Once Christian completes his Bachelor’s Degree at the University of West Alabama, he plans to continue his education by pursuing a Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy.