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A Love Story that Began at MBCA

A love story that began in 1999 at Mt. Bethel Christian Academy in first grade. They became boyfriend and girlfriend in Middle School and went on to the University of Georgia where they began dating again. After graduation, MBCA alumni Hannah-Kate Gosch ('08) headed to DC for an internship and MBCA alumni Brennan Kelly ('08) began his career in finance in Atlanta. A long-distance relationship ensued while Hannah-Kate finished law school at Vanderbilt University. Reunited in Atlanta after law school, Brennan proposed to Hannah-Kate and a wedding was in the making. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Brennan Kelly who became husband and wife on 8.28.21. A fairytale romance that began at MBCA!



Congratulations to the Class of 2021!


Alumni Achievements

Catherine Council ('09)

MBCA is proud of Alumni Catherine Council ('09) who was selected into the Navy's Strike Flight Training program. Catherine received her Bachelors degree in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech. Following graduation she received her Naval Commission and reported to Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola, FL for Aviation Preflight Indoctrination (API). Catherine then reported for Primary Flight Training at NAS Whiting Field in November 2018 with VT-2 (Training Squadron 2). Upon selection into the Navy's Strike Flight Training program, Catherine reported to NAS Kingsville, TX to begin training with VT-21 (Training Squadron 21). After her last flight in the T-45 and receiving her soft wings, Catherine headed to Whidbey Island to fly the EA-18 Growler. Congratulations LTJG Catherine Council.


Hannah Chang ('20)

Congratulations to MBCA Alumni Hannah Chang ('20) who was invited to Emory University’s highest academic honor society for Freshman, Phi Eta Sigma. In order to qualify, first-year students must achieve a 3.9 GPA with 16 credit hours. Hannah completed 21 credit hours with a 4.0 GPA.

Hannah was also nominated and selected by the Dean of Campus Life to serve on his First Year Council. Only the top 2% of Freshmen are considered for this prestigious appointment.