RTCA’s lower school Student of the Month for March is 3rd Grader Kinsley Kennedy. Kinsley is the daughter of Jim and Kacey Kennedy and has one brother, Karson. Kinsley was chosen by faculty because she is very sweet and cooperative. She is always respectful and is a good role model for her classmates. Kinsley has a dog named Jasmin. Her favorite subject is math and her favorite color is blue. She enjoys playing softball, basketball and cheerleading. When Kinsley grows up, she wants to be a teacher. RTCA congratulates Third grader Kinsley Kennedy.

RTCA’s middle school Student of the Month for March is 7th grader James Fulmer. James is the son of Mitch and Mary Fulmer and has one sister, Mary.  James was selected by faculty because he is very hardworking and teachers have said he is courteous, polite, and very helpful. James’ favorite subject is history and his favorite sport is baseball. He has one dog named Ruby and his favorite color is blue. When James grows, he would like to be a lawyer. RTCA congratulates 7th grader James Fulmer.

Robert Toombs Christian Academy’s March Upper School Student of the Month is Junior Riley Corner. Riley is the daughter of Chad and Jennifer Corner. She has attended RTCA since 6th grade. Riley was selected by faculty because she’s a dedicated student who continues to carry out the schools mission. When Riley steps into the high school building, she lights up the hallways with her positive attitude. Riley portrays her Christian stewardship while working with her classmates. Not only does she push her classmates but her teachers strive to be the best. Riley has participated in soccer for 4 years, cheerleading for 5 years, and track for 1 year. During her sophomore year she was a part of the Region and State Champion track team. She received the University of Georgia Merit of Scholar and has had yearly headmaster’s list her freshman and sophomore years. Riley is also a member of the Beta Club and the National Honors Society. She has competed at the regional and state level of the National History Day competition both her sophomore and junior years.

After graduation, Riley plans on attending Georgia College in Milledgeville where she hopes to take part in the nursing program and achieve her bachelor’s degree. She then plans to transfer to graduate school and become a nurse anesthetist. RTCA congratulates Junior Riley Corner.