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“I refused to be another number for DHS,” Keshuna, 18, said about the percentage of foster care youth who do not graduate from high school. “I wanted to beat them, and beat the system.” So, on graduation night at Calloway High School, when she heard the principal announce, “Keshuna,” she knew that she had indeed won.
When Javaris, a native of Chicago, IL, promised his grandmother that he would graduate from high school, he had every intentions of doing just that. So, in May when his name was called to come and receive his diploma, he knew that she was smiling down from heaven.