University and College Graduates

Turner Campbell


Degree: Bachelors in Environmental Science

School: Western Washington University

Turner plans to seek employment in the Seattle area

Dexter Robinson Hunn


School: University of North Texas

Degree: Bachelors of Music (Jazz Studies)

Dexter plans to stay in Denton, Texas, where he plays percussion with various groups. He also teaches snare, drum set, and drum line students. He dreams of saving enough money to make the leap to New York City one day.

Whit Miller Vinson


School: University of Arkansas

Degree: BS in Mechanical Engineering (high distinction)

Whit plans to pursue an MS in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Arkansas

Sydney Anne Williams


School: University of New Mexico

Degree: Pharmacy

Sydney is  moving along with her husband to Las Cruces where she will begin her residency program at Memorial Medical Center.

High School Graduates

Abigail Clarke


School: Manzano High School

My name is Abigail Clarke, I am graduating from Manzano high school and have been a member of the cathedral choir/chorister program for eleven years. Next year I will be attending Regis University in Denver Colorado. I plan on majoring in Environmental Science or Biology with a minor in music. I will also be running Cross Country for the Regis Rangers. I am continuing my choir experience at Regis and will be involved in their music program. 

I would like to thank the congregation for supporting me and the Cathedral music program. I am grateful that the Cathedral encouraged me to attend many Royal School of Church Music courses and tour with the Cathedral Choir. These extraordinary experiences helped me further my passion for music and develop as an individual. I am privileged to be a part of such a welcoming community. I would also like to thank members of the Cathedral music program for providing me with a high level of music education and sharing their expertise. They have helped me find a place of joy that has brought me peace and helped me discover my spirituality. The gifts I’ve received from the Cathedral as a whole have made a profound impact on my life.

Nathan J Conley


School: Albuquerque Academy

Varsity swimmer since 8th grade and NM HS State champion. Avid skier and rock climber. 

Nathan will be attending Colorado State University

Andrew Maulden


School: Union High School, Tulsa, OK 

Andrew was an avid member of the Union Renegade Regiment Marching Band as a trumpet player. He enjoys playing music, especially jazz. Andrew has also earned the rank of Eagle Scout.

He plans on attending CNM in the fall.

Abby Perce


School: Early College Academy

Honors: Valedictorian at Early College Academy in addition to being one of 14 National Merit Scholars in New Mexico.

Abby will be attending Smith College in the fall as pre-med major

Darcy Robinson


School: Saint Pius X High School

I have been involved in the National Thespian Society all four years, and I was inducted as a part of the National Honor Society the beginning of junior year. I double lettered in academics the beginning of my senior year and have been in top 10 since he beginning of sophomore year. I took french the first three years of high school, and last year I placed 3rd in the state for French level 3. I have been singing with my school’s liturgical choir since sophomore year and have grown to really love it!

I plan on attending the University of New Mexico to study Dental Hygiene and after that, I plan to attend dental school with a specialty in orthodontics. 

Jordyn Tatum


School: Cottonwood Classical

I will graduate High School from Cottonwood Classical Preparatory School as an International Baccalaureate Diploma Candidate, and will be attending The University of New Mexico to study Music. I would like to thank the Cathedral Choir and Congregation for the incredible amount of support they have given me over the years, especially throughout High School. I would also like to thank Dr. Thévenot and Mr.Connolly for being extraordinary teachers, and for all of their support and guidance. I am excited to continue serving as a member of the choir in the fall! 

Bryce Van Note


School: Eldorado High School

Bryce Van Note is finishing his senior year at Eldorado High School. Music has always been a big part of his life. He started piano lessons when he was 8 and has continued to love piano ever since. Around this time, Bryce joined the Cathedral Chorister program. He has sung in the choir ever since, and has traveled to New York, Tulsa, Portland, Tacoma, Washington DC and Wells Cathedral in England for various choir tours and choir courses. In middle school, Bryce started to play French Horn in concert band and keyboards in jazz band. 

 When he’s not singing or playing music, Bryce enjoys concerts, attending many rock, jazz, and classical concerts every year. Outside of music, Bryce has been on competitive robotics teams for nearly 10 years, competing in multiple international championships. He also enjoys outdoor activities like skiing and hiking. Since middle school he has played tennis and last year played on the Eldorado Varsity team, helping them win 2nd in state competition. He plans to attend an in-state university next Fall, but he’s still undecided on what he will study.

Rowe Wilson-Scott


School: Albuquerque Academy

Rowe plans to attend Colorado State University in the fall of 21-22. He will be entering into the Warner Environmental Studies College to study Environmental Studies. This fall he will take a GAP year to work, travel and volunteer around the US and (possibly) the world.

Matthew T. Woolley 


School: Rio Rancho High School


Matthew has been involved in track, took several AP classes, and worked part-time for the City Parks Dept and Lowe’s.
Matthew has been accepted to Universal Technical Institute (UTI) in Avondale, AZ, where he will study to become a certified automotive technician