Cameron Nagle: Falling in line at VMI


Hannah Klesius

Senior at Bellwood_Antis plans to continue his education at the Virginia Military Institute


College Bound Q&A

Cameron Nagle


BluePrint: What college were you accepted into?

Nagle: The Virginia Military Institute.

I loved the prestige and history that comes with the college.

— Cameron Nagle

BluePrint: How many colleges did you apply to?

Nagle: I applied to two colleges, but the Virginia Military Institute was by far the best.

BluePrint: What made you apply to this specific college?

Nagle: I loved the prestige and history that comes with the college. Their system of education is uniquely rigorous and constantly evolving.

BluePrint: What are you planning on majoring in?

Nagle: I plan to major in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

BluePrint: What made you choose this specific major?

Nagle: A visit to the college put it as one of my top choices. After speaking to a representative and viewing a particularly persuasive presentation, I was hooked.

BluePrint: What do you think will be some of the major differences between college and high school?

Nagle: College professors will not be concerned about protecting students from all of the realities of the real world; something that can be lacking in high school.

BluePrint: What are your feelings on moving on from Bellwood-Antis High School?

Nagle: I am nothing but excited to continue my education at the Virginia Military Institute. I cannot wait to be surrounded by people with the same interests as myself and who want to focus their education on similar things. One thing I will miss, though, is the friends I have made through football.

In the year of 1839, the Virginia Military Institute made the switch from an arsenal to an institution of higher education. Since then it has earned a reputation as one of America’s premier institutions of higher education. Their number one goal: produce men and women with capable leadership abilities, impeccable character, and undeniable integrity.