Beaver Island Lighthouse School Guides Graduate to U.S. Marine Corps
Nathan Moyer graduated from the Beaver Island Lighthouse School in 2012 and enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. Moyer attended the Fall 2013 Lighthouse School graduation while he was home on leave. He says what he learned at the school helped him get to where he is today. Watch the video to find out more.
Nathan Moyer graduated from the Beaver Island Lighthouse School in December of 2012 (pictured, right) and enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. He was back home in northern Michigan on leave when the graduation ceremony was held for the Lighthouse School Class of Fall 2013 (pictured below). That gave Moyer a chance to attend the ceremony to show his support for the school and a new group of graduates.
“I wanted to come here not only to be proud of what I’ve accomplished but to show others that it doesn’t end here,” said Moyer. “What you’ve learned here carries on and shows throughout every single day and you can go great places.”
Moyer said before attending the Lighthouse School he never thought he would see the day he would graduate from high school. He said for him the school became a beacon of hope.
“I give it all the credit in the world,” said Moyer. “It taught me about what I could be, who I am, what it means to be in a community. It turned me in to a leader and brought me to where I am today.”
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