Congratulations SDCC Graduates!

High School Graduates

Humu, a talented writer and poet, graduated with honors from King College Prep High School and has been offered a scholarship to Concordia University. She plans to study medicine.
Sydney combines academic achievement with athletic excellence and for years has been one of our most positive role models. He graduated from the UofC Charter High School and will attend Southern Illinois University on scholarship this fall.

8th Grade Graduates

Jasmine, one of our most improved students, just won first place in her school’s Science Fair. She graduated from Young Women’s Leadership Charter School and will go on to 9th grade at YWL High School.
Parrish made 8th grade his best year ever at Price Elementary where he was Student Council Secretary and won first place in the Youth Authors competition. He is proud to be moving on to University of Illinois College Prep High School.
Asia graduated from Ariel Community Academy where she demonstrated academic excellence while playing on the volleyball team. She plans to continue with both pursuits at Muchin College Prep High School this fall.
Joshua, who often surprises visitors with his knowledge of history, radically improved his grades to graduate from Ariel Community Academy on the Honor Roll. He will attend De La Salle Institute, a private school, for high school.
Devon is proud to have graduated from the University of Chicago’s Carter G. Woodson Charter School and is even prouder to have been accepted to Urban Prep High School where he will continue his studies and hopes to make the basketball team.
Adam, winner of the prestigious Daniel Murphy Scholarship, embodies the American dream. The son of a Ghanaian immigrant who came to America illiterate, he excels in math and science and will be taking his scholarship to Loyola Academy boarding school in Evanston.
Chatara graduated from St. Thomas the Apostle School which she attended on scholarship from the Center. Captain of her 8th grade basketball team, she will also be attending De La Salle Institute in the fall.
Tylar, like his classmates Asia, Joshua and Adam, is taking his leave of Ariel Community Academy and moving on to a top high school. In Tylar’s case, that is King College Prep, where he aspires to make Honor Roll all four years.

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