Jonathan graduated the 8th grade from NTCA in 2014. He then attended Dominican High School and during his time there he graduated with honors and held the position of Football Co-Captain during his senior year. At the age of seventeen, Jonathan was a canvas worker for now County Executive David Crowley.
After graduating high school in 2017 Jonathan began attending college at Marquette University and then transferred to UW-Milwaukee and graduated with a degree in Political Science and Philosophy 2021. During his time at UW-Milwaukee Jonathan was an honor student and enjoyed working as a writer on the Student Newspaper, UW-M Post and various online newspapers.
Jonathan and his family have a heart for outreach service projects in Milwaukee. He is committed to help feed the homeless and the Elderly during the pandemic. He also works with the Clean Hand Campaign, started by his mother, Mrs. McCray Jones. The Clean Hand campaign distributed 3,000 cleaning products to families in need and helped to donate new clothes and toys for homeless children.
Jonathan is now working his dream job of Congressional Aide for Congresswoman Gwen Moore.
After graduating 8th grade from NTCA, Isaac went on graduate from Rufus King International High School. He received a 4-year tuition scholarship to UW-Madison and a 4-Year partial scholarship from the Boys and Girls Club.
In May of 2020 Isaac received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Arts: Radio, Film, and Television with a minor in Digital Cinema Productions.
Isaac is currently working as a freelance photographer and has done photography and videography work for television commercials and various internet outlets.
After graduating 8th grade from NTCA Adaijah went on to graduate with Honors form McEachern High School in Powder Springs Georgia with a 3.75 GPA.
She then went on to Study Biology at Georgia Southern University, while in school she worked as a Data Clerk in a Cardiology office, and did research Human Papilloma Virus and their Cancerous effects on women, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology on December 13th, 2021.
She currently is working as a Lab scientist in Marietta, Georgia. She will be going back to Georgia Southern in the Fall of 2022 to get her Master's degree in Public Health with a concentration in Epidemiology.
After receiving her Masters degree she plans on going to Medical School to pursue her life long dream of being an OBGYN.
Adaijah's goal is to provide quality and safe care for women and be an advocate for the health disparities that women of color face.
Mark Lawrence II
After graduating 8th grade from NTCA in 2014, Mark went on to graduate from Audubon High School. He was active in many different capacities including; Superintendent Student Advisory Council, Homecoming King, Prom King, Restorative Justice Mentor, GEAR UP, Badger Boys, and the Alpha Phi Alpha Beautillion speech contest winner.
Mark received a STEM scholarship for Central State University. He was on the CSU Dean's list during 2018-2019.
His career goal is to be a Physical Therapist.
After graduating 8th grade from NTCA in 2018, Micaiah began attending Rufus King High School and will be graduating in June of 2022.
She has been a member of the track team and is a diligent worker having maintained a 3.5+ grade point average.
Micaiah plans on studying Physiology at a historically black college or university and has already been accepted at Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN.
As a proud alumni of NTCA in 2018, I learned the values of honoring God and letting him lead me in life. My favorite bible verse comes from Joshua 1:9. “Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.” Being strong and of good courage has guided me throughout high school. I attended Dominican High School where I actively served my school community. I represented all of the Fruits of the Spirit that New Testament church and school taught me. I maintained strong academics and was an honor roll student for four years. I am graduating as a member of the National Honor Society and I am going to continue to focus on my studies with God’s help.
As a student at NTCA I learned many leadership skills. So in high school, I was not only academically focused but also participated in many clubs to be a strong student voice. I participated in the student council, multicultural club, photo club as well as being a student ambassador for visitors. I love sports so I am a three sport athlete in volleyball, basketball, and golf. I excelled at all three but received all state and all conference honors for both basketball and volleyball. This strong desire in me to be an athlete has led me to selecting a Christian college where I can continue to play basketball.
I am so grateful to my family for their love and support throughout my life. My parents have guided my education by choosing schools that have made me the best student I can be. I know that God has more in store for me and I can’t wait to learn more. I know that I can do all things by His grace.
After graduating 8th grade from NTCA, Patrick went on to graduate from Wisconsin Lutheran High School.
Patrick received a full tuition scholarship for the University of Pittsburgh. He has received a Graduate Scholarship for Northeaster University and is a published author in a Scientific Research Journal.
His future goals include obtaining a PH D and to become a Laboratory Principal Investigator.
After graduating 8th grade from NTCA, Altonio went on to graduate from Wisconsin Lutheran High School. He was part of the Soccer and Tennis team for four years. He was also part or the math team for four years.
Altonio graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and hopes to obtain his Professional Engineering License (PE) and Master Degree in Civil Engineering.
He has had the pleasure of working on multi-million dollar construction projects in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
After graduating 8th grade from NTCA in 2016, Isaiah went on to graduate from Dominican High School. He was an honor student with a cumulative GPA of 3.9. He was part of the National Honor Society, Student Council, High Honor Roll award, Merit award, received full scholarships to numerous colleges, and was pursued by WestPoint, Harvard, UCLA, Department of Homeland Security, Yale, Valparaiso University, Marquette, and Vanderbilt University. He also received a scholarship to MSOE. Due to Covid-19, he wanted to say close to home and chose UW-Madison.
Isaiah entered college with 30 credits that he earned during High School.
His career goal is to be a Material Engineer.
He supports his community with feeding homeless programs, making and donating toys, and working with the Milwaukee Rescue Mission. He has also worked alongside the Clean Hands Campaign, making over 1000 sandwiches for Street Life, Donating food items to St. Bens, and many other acts of kindness for his community.
Morgan Pulliam is concluding her senior year at Rufus King High School, where she has continued to thrive as a student-athlete. She loves to play basketball, sing, dance, make art, and make memories with her family and friends.
She has been accepted to Alcorn State University where she plans to major in Agribusiness Management with a minor in Child Development. While in college Morgan would like to obtain an internship early at a daycare or a youth organization to gain experience and save money to fulfill her passion of helping underserved youth.
She hopes to continue playing basketball for Alcorn State University. Morgan will be sing in Alcorn State University Choir. If she does go far with basketball and makes it to the WNBA she will still carry out her plan regardless.
After college, Morgan plans to relocate to Georgia where she will start her own daycares, group homes, and youth organizations for children who weren’t blessed with the same opportunities and resources that she was. She plans to have multiple sources of income, real estate and her own clothing line, for example. Morgan wants to make a change in the world and make a name for herself while doing so.
Marcellus is currently a student the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
He graduated from Golda Meir High School after leaving NTCA, where he had advanced academics. While in our NTCA K3, Marcellus was able to read these words from John 3:16: "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life."