Saturday, June 14, 2008

Graduation from special school marks academic, personal successes

Graduates toss their caps into the air during the graduation... (Evan Yee/Staff Photographer)
The 16 students who graduated Friday from a California school dedicated to children with autism, learning disabilities and other emotional issues celebrated not only academic successes but emotional transformations. "Before I came here, I was always so stressed," said Luke Guastaferro, who has Asperger's syndrome but earned a 3.8 GPA and plans to major in urban studies. "This school made me excel." Los Angeles Daily News

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