Distinguished Alumna — Courtney Miles Tomblinson

poster of CCSD alumnus Charlie Baglan

Class of 2003. 

Bio: Courtney and her husband live in Phoenix, Arizona. After graduating from Carroll County High School, she earned undergraduate degrees from Western Kentucky University in biology and Spanish before attending medical school at the University of Louisville. After graduating from medical school, Courtney began her residency at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix. Upon completion of her residency in Diagnostic Radiology, she plans to pursue a fellowship in Neuroradiology, specializing in imaging of the brain, spine, head, and neck. In her free time, she enjoys hiking and exploring the desert southwest. 

Influence of Carroll County Schools: Courtney's teachers were a major influence on her life. Her elementary teacher, Mrs. Cull, set the stage for a lifelong pursuit of knowledge. As a student at Carroll County High School, Courtney's favorite class was Mrs. McEuen's Advanced Placement biology. Mrs. McEuen taught her students to use the scientific method as a tool for answering questions about the world. Coach Barry's anatomy course sparked Courtney's interest in medicine and the human form. She always felt supported and encouraged to pursue her goals throughout her time in the Carroll County School District.

We in the Carroll County School District are proud of our alumni, which is why we launched a project to highlight distinguished graduates of our school district. Distinguished alumni have a framed poster on the walls of each school to inspire current students to do great things with their lives.