Class of 2019

"Congratulations to the Logos Online School Class of 2019! This year's Year End Celebration was full of fun, laughter, and fellowship as we celebrated our graduates with LOS friends both old and new. We’re already looking forward to next year.

LOS Class of 2019



Meredith Brann

Enterprise, OR

"Meredith is 17 years old, and she was raised in Enterprise, Oregon. She joined Logos Online School her Sophomore year. She loves to play music, and will be releasing an album later this month. Meredith plans to attend New Saint Andrews this fall where she will be studying Liberal Arts. She has earned the Alumni scholarship, as well as the Northwest scholarship. She plans to continue pursuing music and also has an interest in language. She is grateful for the education she was given in high school, and she looks forward to using it in these coming years."


Gabriel Hotchkiss

Wesley Chapel, TX

"Gabriel Hotchkiss was born in Los Angeles, California. He was homeschooled from preschool and did Tae Kwon Do for three years, earning his black belt a month before he turned six. After moving to Meridian, Idaho he truly began to cultivate his love for Christ by attending an Awana program for five years at Ustick Baptist Church in Meridian, Idaho, eventually earning his Meritorious Award. When he was eight years old, he began doing gymnastics and started competing within several months. Later on, he became state and regional champion on several occasion as well as attending four national championships and became the Junior Olympic National Champion on Pommel Horse. Finally quitting gymnastics after eight years in Houston, Texas, he eventually found American Ninja Warrior, which he has been extremely dedicated to ever since he started and has hopes of eventually applying for the TV show. Gabriel’s plans for college will be to attend Texas A&M in College Station, Texas, where he will be pursuing a degree in Aerospace Engineering with the dream of one day working at NASA. Logos Online School has prepared him for college both mentally and spiritually in that he will be prepared to work even harder than he did in high school and remember to do all things to the glory of God."


Isobel Niemeyer

Moscow, ID

"I may have jumped schools quite a bit in my life, but Logos Online School was really the perfect fit for me, so I would like to thank all the staff that keep this school running. I may not be certain of where I want to go in life at this point, but the education and support I received from the school and my family has blessed me with many options. I do know that I will be attending New Saint Andrew's this year, and I hope to complete all four years and graduate with a Liberal Arts degree and the wisdom needed for happy, Godly life. Career-wise, I am currently considering becoming a teacher (of art hopefully) and/or a counselor. I would love to someday raise a family, but I'm in no rush, really. Anyway, thanks for listening to the ramblings of a privileged high school graduate."

Senior quote: "Yes, evil comes in many forms, whether it be a man-eating cow or Joseph Stalin, but you can't let the package hide the pudding! Evil is just plain bad! You don't cotton to it. You gotta smack it in the nose with the rolled-up newspaper of goodness! Bad dog! Bad dog!" - The Tick



Grace Warner

Geneva, IL

"Grace Victoria Warner has attended Logos Online School for all four years of high school. Within this time she has made friends from all around the world and gained experiences that lack words for an apt description. She grew up with a classical background, hearing her mother teach her brothers about people like Homer, Dante, and Marcus Aurelius, subconsciously taking all of it in. At nine years old, she created her own "Lyceum" with the neighbor kids, swearing that in order to be truly virtuous, they needed to be both physically and mentally sharp. She would inspire them by doing various exercises while answering trivia questions or reciting poems. Grace has a legacy of being a bookworm and plans on continuing this at New Saint Andrews in the fall. She has many passions, some of which being: viniculture and viticulture, history, adventure, philosophy, foreign languages, and most greatly - literature. This year she read Paradise Lost and it ruined her beautifully. She is extremely grateful for the way LOS and the teachers have shaped her and her faith, yet is regretful to leave behind so many great friendships as she enters college."


Marshall Webber

Rangely, CO

"Marshall was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He has always been active and on the go since entering the world June of 2001. Marshall has enjoyed many activities over his last 18 years such as camping, playing sports, playing “dare or dare,” and spending time with family and friends. Marshall has also been working at the local golf course as grounds crew maintenance as well as mowing lawns for people around town. He has enjoyed his time learning at Logos and appreciates the way all of his teachers incorporate God into the studies. He believes Logos has prepared him for his journey into college and wants to thank each of his teachers for having such a positive impact on his learning and his continuing education. Marshall is already attending flight school and received a $2,000 Vice President Scholarship with future plans of becoming a bush pilot in Alaska."


Israella Bates

Chula Vista, CA


Quadri Bates

Chula Vista, CA


Daniel Campbell

Wesley Chapel, TX


Caden Chicoine

Corona, CA


Hannah Leonard

Coolidge, AZ


Braiden McClurg

Arvada, CO


Samuel Moyle

Scottsdale, AZ


Marston Sneddon

Richmond, ME


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