The Times

Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh

Logan+Hayes+in+the+CEC+lobby.+
Logan Hayes in the CEC lobby.

Logan Hayes in the CEC lobby.

Caroline Woodruff

Caroline Woodruff

Logan Hayes in the CEC lobby.

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Newnan High School’s, Logan Hayes came to Central Educational (CEC) to take Programming and Work Based Learning.  He also has learned about his desired career from being here.

He doesn’t plan on taking any other classes because Hayes aspires to join the Navy after his school years. “In 5 years, I see myself becoming a Navy Seal,” Hayes mentions. He is currently training and plans to “fight our battle cry.”

Even though he is all ready to go mentally, his physical capabilities may hold him back a bit. His knee has been giving him trouble lately, and he has to get it checked out by a doctor before he can get sworn in.

The Navy, as well as all other branches of the armed forces, have certain requirements before you can “go fishing.” Hayes says, “There are no specific weight limits, but I still need to be able to hold my breath and be able to swim.”

Alongside his plans for the Navy, Hayes shares a “pacific variety” of different hobbies. In his free time, he enjoys playing video games, working out, and sleeping the day away. He also shares a love for steak and pizza, which are his favorite foods. Hayes also participated in football and wrestling in 9th grade.

Hayes was also apart of one of the first 8th-grade academy journalism class. He states, “I got matched with a guy named Sean and he confused my partner and me by pretending he was from Japan and didn’t speak English.”

This semester is actually the first time he’s been back to CEC since 8th grade.

Hayes’ experiences in life “anchorage” him to stay strong. “My life events have helped me see the better side of life.” He states, “It’s shaped the way I view things as a person.”  

A few years ago, his birth sister died trying to save her little sister from a strong tide in the Chattahoochee River. Hayes has gone through a long series of events, along with being adopted at a young age.

Hayes is all ready to sail in the navy. The only “fish he has to fry” is getting sworn in at the MEPS.  He states, “I’ve taken the ASVAB and other tests required I just have to get sworn in.”

With this, Hayes has gone through very tough situations, but he has still “conchoared” through, and that is “oarsome.”

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




*

Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh

    Careers

    Powering Her Way to Progamming

  • Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh

    Extra-Curricular Activities

    Accounting For His Future

  • Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh

    Extra-Curricular Activities

    Graduates looking to Construct a Cooler Future

  • Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh

    Extra-Curricular Activities

    Changing the World One Knucklehead at the Time

  • Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh

    Extra-Curricular Activities

    Game Designing a High Tech Future

  • Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh

    Showcase

    Nursing the Universe

  • Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh

    Extra-Curricular Activities

    Flying Into Construction

  • Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh

    Showcase

    Programming Paves the Path of His Future

  • Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh

    Extra-Curricular Activities

    Welding A New Way

  • Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh

    Extra-Curricular Activities

    Carving Out His Future

The student news site of Central Educational Center
Amazing Hayes Anchors Aweigh