• Dr. Herpy

College Bound: Rachel Fabyan

Rachel Fabyan has decided she will be attending West Virginia University in the fall! When she first set foot on campus, she knew that she wanted to be there for the next four years. “The campus is in the mountains, and its open environment is very pretty.” For Rachel, the school spirit was very appealing, as well as the welcoming people who already attend. Rachel is planning on studying environmental protection at the university. “I became interested in environmental science my junior year. After taking AP Environmental Science, I realized I would lCollege Bound: Rachel Fabyanove to have a career in this field.” Rachel would like to participate in the Running Club, PAWS: Pets Are Worth Saving, and the Vegan/Vegetarian Society. She visited WVU in November and is planning to revisit in March! Rachel is grateful to have had a great education here at Kenston. She will miss her family, friends, and dog, while she is gone. However, she is excited to start this new chapter in her life! Congrats, Rachel!

About WVU:

West Virginia University is approximately three hours away from Bainbridge, Ohio. The university is located in the small city of Morgantown, West Virginia. With around 29,000 students, WVU is the largest institution of higher education in the state. They are well known for their Division I athletics. Their mascot is the Mountaineer, which is only fitting with the campus’s location in the Appalachian Mountains.