Rocky Bayou Students Graduate. Here’s What They Plan To Do Next:

In Brief:

  • Rocky Bayou Christian Academy’s Class of 2024 celebrated a 100% graduation rate with over $5 million in scholarship offers.
  • The school highlighted 11 students who have been with RBCS throughout their entire education.
  • The commencement ceremony featured Dr. Voddie Baucham and can be viewed on the school’s Facebook page.

The entire graduating Class of 2024 at Rocky Bayou Christian Academy has achieved remarkable success, with all 67 seniors graduating and collectively receiving over $5 million in scholarship offers. Notably, 82% of these graduates will be attending college, with four students already signed up for college sports. Additionally, three graduates have enlisted in the military, and six will pursue vocational education.


The school also chose to highlight the 11 students who’ve been at the school throughout their entire education.

  • Noah Garbo
  • Cole Hill
  • Angelee Williams
  • Paige Finley
  • Maja Kowalik
  • Devin Hicks-Williams
  • Reagan Mallick
  • Lathan Johnson
  • Annalyn Cline
  • Naomi Riches
  • Abigail Blalock.


The commencement ceremony, held on May 24, featured Dr. Voddie Baucham, who encouraged the graduates as they embarked on the next chapter of their lives. The full ceremony is available for viewing on Rocky Bayou Christian School’s Facebook page.

More about Rocky Bayou Christian School


Rocky Bayou Christian School is a K-3 through 12th-grade college preparatory Christian school with campuses in Niceville and Crestview. The school offers traditional, special services, an online academy, and homeschool programs.


Accredited through the Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (FACCS) and regionally through the Middle States Association, RBCS “is committed to equipping generations to use their God-given abilities as Champions for Christ.”


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For more information about Rocky Bayou Christian School, visit


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