Students accepted to Coastal Carolina

The following local high school students have been accepted at Coastal Carolina University for the Fall 2013 semester: James Wykel, a student at Aiken High School, plans to major in accounting. Charles Wykel, a student at Aiken High School, plans to major in accounting. Kevin Rubio, a student at Aiken High School, plans to major in history.


Kayla Harllee, a student at Midland Valley High School, plans to major in art studio. Cameron Driver, a student at Midland Valley High School, plans to major in graphic design. Richard Knight, a student at Midland Valley High School, plans to major in graphic design. Caitlin Stone, a student at Midland Valley High School, plans to major in psychology.


Kylie Amos, a student at North Augusta High School, plans to major in biology. Edwin Harris, a student at North Augusta High School, plans to major in computer science/engineering dual degree. Sydney Key, a student at North Augusta High School, plans to major in graphic design. Andre Walker, a student at North Augusta High School, plans to major in middle level education.


Tosheanetta Key, a student at Ridge Spring Monetta High School, plans to major in exercise and sport science. Keith Casares, a student at Ridge Spring Monetta High School, plans to major in marine science.


Kelsey Goodman, a student at Saluda High School, plans to major in early childhood education.


Thomas Crumley, a student at Silver Bluff High School, plans to major in applied physics.


Jocelyn Buczek, a student at South Aiken Baptist Christian, plans to major in biology. Ashlee Trotter, a student at South Aiken Baptist Christian, plans to major in early childhood education. Scarlett Kass, a student at South Aiken Baptist Christian, plans to major in exercise and sport science.


Aubry Harmon, a student at South Aiken High School, plans to major in English. Troy Gregory, a student at South Aiken High School, plans to major in exercise and sport science. Daniel Lunn, a student at South Aiken High School, plans to major in political science.


Elizabeth Busbee, a student at Wagener-Salley High School, plans to major in exercise and sport science.


Kathryn Ginn, a student at Wardlaw Academy, plans to major in biology.


Alexis Valle, a student at Williston Elko High School, plans to major in English.


Miranda Hannah, a student at Grace Christian School, is a resident of Wagener. Teddrick Steadman, a student at South Aiken High School, is a resident of Aiken.