2017 graduate of Craft Academy and Montgomery County Schools
The Craft Academy helped Zeb Hart zero in on a career. At University of Kentucky this fall, he will major in mechanical or mining engineering. From there, it will be on to grad school to get an MBA or master’s in engineering, and then to law school.
“It’s all building up to intellectual properties law, trying to get a background that’s rich in technical stuff as well as more of social science type stuff,” he said. “I can work with inventors and people who are on the cutting edge of developing new great ideas, but I can also be working within the parameters of the law, both of which I think are cool. Being here helped solidify my interest in a career in law in that capacity.”
When he arrived at Craft, he was a self-described “homebody.”
“Part of the experience in a more personal way is I’ve developed a network of very cool individuals I can call my friends,” Hart said. The time management and other skills he has picked up at the residential high school also will help him in the transition to UK, he said.