Georgia Teen Becomes Valedictorian Despite Homeless Past

Chelesa Fearce achieved academic success in high school after years of living in and out of shelters.
1:18 | 05/22/13

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-- tell myself. -- but that figure by now. If you -- that -- fishing lines seventeen year old -- Lisa fiercest washing dishes in the house that are heavily afflicted for a few months. Prior to that the high school senior at her family were homeless for years. Living and it out of shelters hotels. -- even their car when they had one. Every now -- the family of five would be able to move into an apartment but that would be short lived. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You be worried about your homeland anyway about school I knew right about middle congress -- -- -- some time. Listen to her describe studying at night in the homeless shelter and that Obama bulletin darkened -- -- -- -- do what I didn't. What she did -- achieve a four point 466 GPA at the 19100 owner SATs making her not only valedictorian. But star student of Charles -- high school in Clayton County. -- -- -- But that's not -- -- Lisa's sister Chelsea is graduating this year as a loaded -- and from George Washington Carver high school and Atlanta. -- -- My -- him a -- to go to the lab bearded just. Everything around we will learn these smears don't give them to -- to do right announcement -- -- for -- additional.

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