Stewart plans to study history next year at Mississippi State
Cameron “Cam” Stewart, a graduating Neshoba Central High School student, has spent his time out of school working in his garden. Some of Cameron’s hobbies include being in band, fishing and hunting. He is graduating with his twin sister. Chloe.
Stewart also play’s the ukulele. He was a part of the jazz band in high school as well as the Big Blue Marching Band. He played the alto-saxophone in both the marching band and jazz band. Cameron has been an active member of the Neshoba Central band for six years. He was apart of the jazz band for four-years.
One of the things that Cameron missed was the jazz festival Neshoba Central attend in Ridgeland. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak the jazz band was not able to preform like they normally would do.
After graduating from Neshoba Central. Cameron plans to further his education at Mississippi State University. He wants to one day be a history teacher and plans to get his bachelor’s in secondary education at MSU. Stewart feels that he has also had a gift for teaching. Neshoba Central is setting aside three days in June for the class of 2020 to graduate. He is the son of Laura Smith Stewart and Granville Stewart.
Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of profiles on Class of 2020 members in Neshoba County that will be featured in the Democrat in the coming weeks.