Former homeless student receives multiple scholarships for further education
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the Bootstrap Scholarship, a scholarship for “hardworking students who overcame odds to excel in their classes,” as well as a Martin Luther King Scholarship. . . Valedictorian at 3.9 gpa.
Homeless Teen Drew Gooch Earns Full Scholarship To College in Tennessee
Homeless Teen Awarded Full Scholarship To College in Tennessee (Video)
*There are plenty of students that have problems to contend with at home that no one knows about. These brave soldiers still get up every morning and go to school to get some relief from their situation and try hard to focus. Drew Gooch is a high school senior that was living in his 1997 … Continue reading Homeless Teen Awarded Full Scholarship To College in Tennessee (Video) →
GO SISTA! HS Senior Goes From Homeless Shelter To Ivy League
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Eboni Boykin, 17, has gone from living in homeless shelters in St. Louis, Mo., to attending New York’s prestigious Columbia University on a full scholarship. Moving from one homeless shelter to another with her mother, Boykin was enrolled in more than 14 schools. “Seeing the absolute worst of life is the ultimate motivation,” she said.
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High school senior Eboni Boykin overcomes homelessness to land spot in Ivy League school
Normandy High senior overcomes hardships to land slot in Ivy League school
Eboni Boykin Goes From Homeless Shelter To Columbia University | News One
Eboni Boykin - from homeless shelter to ivy league university !
Eboni Boykin, a senior at Normandy High School in St. Louis, was once homeless, but has been accepted into Columbia University on a full scholarship.
Eboni Boykin's story in many ways is like those of many children in urban schools. But her ascent to the Ivy League illustrates what is possible.