Despite being homeless multiple times, this Florida teenager managed to graduate at the top of his class at Philip Randolph Career Academy in Jacksonville. He now plans to attend Valdosta State Univ in Georgia this fall. Excelling in academics is not easy, especially for someone who’s going through major life hurdles. That’s exactly what Martin
Earning a bachelor’s degree is far from easy, especially for people with special needs. Despite having down syndrome, AnnaRose Rubright soldiered on and proved that even with her condition, she could accomplish her goals. In early May, the 24-year-old finally earned the fruit of her hard work. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in radio,
Latonya Young, 43, finally received her college degree from Georgia State University last month, all thanks to a generous Uber passenger who made it possible. Latonya, a single mother of three sons, works as a hairstylist and became a driver for both Uber and Lyft five years ago to make ends meet for her family.
Being a student is not the easiest role in the world. There are deadlines to meet, projects to submit, papers to write, reports and recitations to pass. It’s also even more challenging for those who are running for honors and who are doing an extra to job to make their way to the top. There