RTCA’s lower school Student of the Month for September is 3rd grader Morgan Dismuke. Morgan is the daughter of Mindy and Dana Dismuke and has an older sister, Marly who attends RTCA and is in 8th grade. Morgan was chosen by faculty because she exemplifies a high standard of Christian character as well as academic excellence. She is very compassionate and uplifting to her peers. Morgan’s kind personality is a great asset to our class. Morgan’s favorite subject is math and her favorite color is pink. Morgan’s favorite sport is basketball and dance. When she grows up, she wants to be a dance teacher. RTCA congratulates 3rd grader Morgan Dismuke.

RTCA’s middle school Student of the Month for September is 7th grader Meredith Durden. Meredith is the daughter of Brian and Alicia Durden and has one sister, Hannah and two brothers, Jared and Jacob Durden. Meredith has one dog, Max. Meredith was selected by faculty because she is a great role model, has excellent conduct, and is kind to others. She goes above and beyond and attempts to live the Christian word every day. She is active in sports and is a great example for others to follow. Meredith’s favorite color is pink. She enjoys playing softball, basketball, and loves hanging out with her friends. When Meredith grows up, she wants to be a doctor. RTCA congratulates 7th grader Meredith Durden.

Robert Toombs Christian Academy’s September Student of the Month is Senior Hunter Brotman.  Hunter is the daughter of Rand Brotman and Talia Taylor and has attended RTCA since 9th grade. Hunter was selected by faculty because she strives to do her best at whatever she attempts. She is an excellent student and a great role-model to her peers. She has participated in band for three years and was selected to attend the GISA all-select band her sophomore and junior years. Hunter also participates in archery and literary. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Y-Club, and Youth Assembly. She received the Outstanding Conference Bill award her junior year and placed first at state and attended National for her National History Day project. Hunter was selected to attend the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership conference her sophomore year and the Washington Youth Tour her junior year. She has maintained yearly Headmaster List her freshman, sophomore, and junior years. She has been chosen to participate in the 2019-2020 Meadows Medical Staff Youth Advisory Board. After graduation, Hunter hopes to attend college at Florida State University to pursue a masters degree in business management/human resources. RTCA congratulates Senior Hunter Brotman.