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Trey '19

"If you have a specific passion, a specific drive, there is someone on this campus that has the same passion."

At Albuquerque Academy, we have students who join us thinking they know what they want to do the rest of their lives. Some of these students continue down that path, while others dive into new passions they discover through a class, club, or sport.

Trey Caperton '19, who joined the Albuquerque Academy community as a sixth grader, admits he came to Academy because he wanted to play football. However, he quickly found his love for performance after he was cast in a leading role in the school musical Oliver.

“That started my artistic journey and led me down the path to pursue a bachelor in fine arts this next fall,” reflects Trey.

And Trey didn't leave the world of athletics entirely, he was a member of the state champion track and field team his freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years where he competed in the 110 and 300 meter hurdles, 100 and 200 meter sprints, and long jump.

Watch Trey Perform

Trey Caperton ‘19 participated in the National High School Musical Theater Awards, also known as the Jimmy Awards, in New York City. The Jimmy Awards were established in 2009 as a way to honor young theater talent from around the United States. By winning the Best Musical Performance by an Actor Award at the 2017 Popejoy Awards for his performance in Chaplin: The Musical, Trey qualified to participate in this year’s Jimmys.

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