By the time Megan Thee Stallion was just a 2-year-old, she was tall enough to wear a pair of eyelashes in kangaroo style.
When she was 6, she started to grow up in the fur of the circus animals she bonded with on the family trip they would head every summer.
By 10, she was ready to lead a show of her own, but she wanted to go somewhere with her family. That’s when she discovered Asheville, North Carolina, a city where everyone went hunting for real estate after World War II.
Today, Megan is 21 and a senior at CarolinaAve Bible College, graduating with a degree in Christian Theology and Technology.
Meet her: Megan Stallion is 21 and she’ll graduate this spring from CarolinaAve Bible College in Asheville, North Carolina. Facebook
“I saw these birds flying above us going up a hill,” she recalled. “I told my mom and my brother we’re going to fly with them.”
They hit it off with the goldfinches and mallards and sparrows and gulls and she felt like she knew them already.
And when it came time to announce their college selection, Megan’s brother insisted on naming it after him, too, CarolinaAve.
For Megan, it was the perfect alliteration.
Asheville is home to the only residence hall for scholars in the Christian
theology department at one of America’s largest liberal arts colleges. Title IV makes up only 10% of education. A much larger proportion is devoted to pre-marital, church, and family preparation.