Ahlberg Academy alumni have gone on to higher eduction achieving Bachelors and Masters degrees in such areas as Aerospace, Medicine, Management, Sports, Dance and Photography.
Why are we so proud of them? They go beyond.
Here is just a sample of some of our alumni over the past 17 years. We love it when they stop by for a visit.
Tyler Squires, Atlanta, GA - 2011
Owner, Audio Recording Business
“The world is changing quickly and presents many challenges. John and Ellen taught me how to learn, adapt, and overcome these challenges. Their lessons are still relevant to me 10 years later.”
Elizabeth Bauer - 2015
Studying for Masters in Psychology. Father Steve and Mother Teresa
Ashley Taylor Elgabalawy - 2004
Graduated National Designer of the Year in 2008. Lives with husband Mina in San Mateo, California
Ross Wilson - 2011
Attending Medical School
Abby Harmon Greggory - 2010
Worship Leader Mount Pisgah Church, John’s Creek
Josh Harmon - White, GA - 2009
Song Writer/Owner, Landscaping Business with wife Aubrey and son Elijah.
Brian Spencer - 2015
Studies at KSU
Nate Stallworth - 2010
Astrophysicist works for NASA
Donnie Kessler - 2013 - Atlanta, GA
Regional Sales Director for Teleflex Medical pictured with his proud father Bill Kessler
Suzanne Mitchell - 2007 - Ball Ground, GA
with husband Robert, daughter Amy and son Robert. Amy currently attends Ahlberg Academy.
Eleazar Vallente - 2013
Madison Call - 2015
Behavior technician at AIM Clinics
Elijah Seagraves - 2014
Combat Engineer U.S. Army pictured with his father James
Luke Pyron - Miami, FL - 2017
I entered the Ahlbergs’ school plagued with emotional scars from public elementary. However, I also came with a goal: to one day work at the CDC and cure diseases that afflict mankind. John and Ellen saw potential in me, and they provided the tools I needed to prosper. This school offered a place where I could be myself and prepare to fulfill my dream, with course loads designed around my aspirations, and staff I counted as friends. The environment allowed me to heal socially; I also made friends with fellow students. Graduating at 14, having completed seven years of schoolwork in only three, I walked out a changed and confident human ready to tackle the diverse world. I am now 18, attend the University of Miami, doing undergraduate research and double majoring in Biochemistry and Religious studies. I plan to graduate in another year, using the present to engage in more lab work before beginning a graduate career. I am eternally grateful for the experience TLE (now the Ahlberg Academy) gave me those many years ago.