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Alumni Spotlight - Killian Rose (Class of 2010)

Killian Rose was an "LCA lifer" (attended K-12) and graduated in 2010. After graduation, she attended Murray State University and majored in non-profit leadership with a minor in art. She is self-employed as a photographer and has traveled the world documenting stories, especially those of women who have escaped human trafficking. You can follow her on Instagram @killianrose. View her interview here and learn about how she discovered her love for photography and how she continues to use her gift to help women around the globe. 

What did you love most about your time at LCA? I loved the teachers, the community, the relationships I created, the school spirit.

Tell us about one of your favorite memories at LCA. One of my favorite memories was being on the State Championship basketball team!

When thinking about your time at LCA, finish this sentence, "This is where...": I made lifelong friends!

Pictured above and below: Women in Rajasthan
(India) learn to sew as part the charity organization,
Sambhali Trust. (Photos by Killian Rose)

From your own experiences, why do you believe it was important for you to attend LCA? It was important for me to attend LCA because it provided support and friendship in ways I didn't know were possible. I was surrounded by a community of believers that saw the best in me and encouraged me in my passions and dreams.

In what ways did LCA prepare you for college and beyond? I felt prepared for college and beyond by the way LCA emphasizes community, hard work, and joy. I have learned the importance of community over the last few years and I know that started when I was at LCA.



What would you tell a friend to encourage them to send their child(ren) to LCA? I am so incredibly thankful to have gone to LCA. It is a place designed to help you flourish and grow! I would highly encourage anyone to send their children to LCA.





View Killian's interview below.