Go to college, meet your soulmate, and start a family.
For so many high schoolers, this is the thought that occupies many of Senior Year’s daydreams.
Some college students, especially at Campbell, have the rare opportunity to live that reality.
Jonathan and Holly Bushhouse are two of the lucky ones.
"We first met each other in Dr Martin’s 8am Western Civ class," said Holly Bushhouse, eyes brimming with pride. "We spent the first weekend at Campbell together because the new class of Teaching Fellows went on a weekend trip together."
Both members of North Carolina’s final class of Teaching Fellows, Jonathan and Holly’s relationship has been defined by their time at Campbell.
"We started dating in April of our second semester and I proposed two years later in the bell tower by Butler Chapel.” Jonathan Bushhouse said.
Jonathan and Holly were married this summer in her hometown church in Wilkesboro.
Now, Jonathan and Holly are both in their Senior Year and are ready to enter the world of tomorrow.
"We are currently doing our practicum requirements in Wake County and will do student teaching next semester." Holly Bushhouse said. "We are incredibly excited to begin our teaching careers!"