Big college decisions for Brad Kadlubowski

Big college decisions for Brad Kadlubowski

Jourdan Valentine, Ranger Review Sports Editor

As the seniors at Lewis-Palmer high school begin to receive acceptance letters from different colleges some will have big decisions to make before the fall of 2014. Brad Kadlubowski, a senior at Lewis-Palmer has been selected to attend United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado and United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.

“It was a great honor to be accepted to both schools and I am proud that all my hard work has paid off. I am glad I had Lewis-Palmer to prepare me for this big step into my future. I cannot wait to serve my Country.” Kadlubowski said.

Kadlubowski participated in many sports at Lewis-Palmer.

“I wrestled all four years of high school. I was a part of the swim team, football team and track team.  All while getting good grades to keep my GPA high.” Kadlubowski said.

He would be continuing tradition if he attended United States Air Force Academy because Kadlubowski’s parents both attended the United States Air Force Academy. Kadlubowski’s dream is to be a pilot.

United States Naval Academy would be a good chance to be away from home for new scenery. Kadlubowski also has friends who already attend this school.

Kadlubowski has not decided if he will go to United States Air Force Academy or United States Naval Academy. He has a big decision to make that will determine where the rest of his life will take him.

Lewis-Palmer wishes him luck in the future and congratulates him on his amazing accomplishments.