Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce that Everett High School graduate Musa Bittaye has been accepted to West Point Military Academy to further his military career.
“Congratulations to Musa Bittaye for his remarkable achievement of being accepted into West Point Military Academy,” said Mayor DeMaria. “Musa has the passion and determination to succeed at anything he sets his mind to, and I am excited to see what his future holds. We are truly proud of Musa and his accomplishments!”
Bittaye graduated from Everett High School in 2019 and enlisted into the U.S. Army. Since 2019, Bittaye has been stationed in Texas and earned the ranking of Cadet. He always hoped to enroll in West Point Military Academy and is eager to begin this chapter.
Upon graduation of West Point Military Academy, Bittaye plans to apply to medical school and pursue his dream in medicine. He wishes to apply the training he will learn in medical school in the U.S. Army.
Bittaye is grateful for the support of his family. His mother, Isatou Jallow, and father, Dodou Bittaye, have always provide a loving and supportive home for him and his sister, Ida Bittaye. They instilled the importance of working hard to achieve your dreams and striving to exceed all expectations.
Although Bittaye will be embarking on a new chapter of his journey, he knows he will always his family’s encouragement and support to guide him. The City of Everett is also proud to offer their support and to help Bittaye and his family throughout this exciting journey.