WCHS Academic Spotlight

Wyatt Donohoe has many options for his future


Sometimes a student makes an impact on a teacher and that teacher can look into the future and see the greatness that student can become.

Wyatt Donohoe is that student.

“Wyatt excels in writing, and, with his unique perspective, I would not be surprised to be reading a book he has written someday,” Mrs. Tobi Swift, one of White County High School’s faculty members said of the senior who has chosen Humanities as his program of study.

Donohoe has a 4.0 grade point average and has excelled in his AP Language and Composition and AP Literature and Composition classes. In addition, the WCHS senior has received college credits for two history classes he has taken through White County High School’s collaboration with Motlow State Community College’s Sparta Campus.

Donohoe is a member of the Beta Club and the State Champion Warrior Archery Team. He is also a member of the school’s poetry club.

Donohoe will graduate in May and move on to the college of his choice, with his high grades and excellent reading and writing prowess. However, it’s not necessarily being an author he is after for his future.

Sometimes a teacher makes an impact on a student and that student can look to their own future and see greatness because of the teacher’s impact.

Mrs. Tobi Swift is that teacher.

“I want to be a teacher,” Donohoe said matter-of-factly, showing that he has a desire to help other students find the best in themselves, too.


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