Cooper Britton and Campbell Ayres complete CAK capstone projects

Susan EspirituOur Town Youth, West Knox County

Capstone projects often involve addressing real world problems allowing students to demonstrate their mastery of the subject matter. Nothing could be truer for Cooper Britton and Campbell Ayres, graduates of Christian Academy of Knoxville, who recently completed their Senior Capstone Project.

Cooper Britton (tall blond with the braid) and Campbell Ayers (black t-shirt sitting down) with their princess campers

Cooper and Campbell organized and hosted a three-day Bible Princess Camp focused on children with special needs. Both Campbell and Cooper have younger siblings with special needs, so this camp was close to their hearts!

“We came up with the idea because we wanted to do something fun that incorporated our sisters who have special needs,” says Campbell. “We also wanted to do something unique that could incorporate our different talents. I am very creative and made almost all of the decorations and Cooper is very organized and loved planning the schedules, and we also love kids so that was definitely a perk.”

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