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Courtney Webster has been accepted to UC Santa Barbara, UC Riverside, Drexel University an UC East Bay, to name a few. Her goal is also to become a lawyer. She has participated in many extracurricular activities, such as volleyball, L.A. Common Art, and Student’s Run L.A., while still maintaining a 3.9 GPA.


Dedriana Elliott is headed to Oral Roberts University, with a major in pre-medicine. Her ultimate goal is to be a pediatrician and work directly with infants who are subjected to the beginning she endured. She is academically prepared and has placed 6th in her senior class, in the science and math magnet high school.

Tammy Douglas, who will attend Paine College in Georgia, where she will major in criminal justice. Her ultimate goal is to practice family law. Tammy has been preparing for college by taking college classes at West Los Angles College while completing her senior year. Her favorite community service has included working side by side with her father, a single parent, in skid row ministry.


Fawlene Copeland has excelled academically with a 3.3 GPA and is an amazing artist. She just entered a very selective art program at the Otis School for Art and Design. Her love of art has transformed her into a mature and well rounded young lady. She has aspirations of being a double major in communication and fine arts. She has been accepted by several universities but is undecided at this time.


Tammy Bright has always dreamed of going to college and her dream is coming true. Her goal is to graduate from high school with honors, and become a criminal lawyer, live a healthy life, and help people who have helped her. She is a natural leader and is student body president. She continues to inspire and motivate others to be their best. Her faith is strong and believes that God is working on her behalf.