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  • Once homeless, now top of her class, on the way to Stanford

    VIDEO: East Wake High School student Megan Faircloth was homeless for most of her junior year. She quietly persevered and overcame the adversity to maintain her GPA and was awarded a near-full scholarship to prestigious Stanford University.

VIDEO: East Wake High School student Megan Faircloth was homeless for most of her junior year. She quietly persevered and overcame the adversity to maintain her GPA and was awarded a near-full scholarship to prestigious Stanford University. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
VIDEO: East Wake High School student Megan Faircloth was homeless for most of her junior year. She quietly persevered and overcame the adversity to maintain her GPA and was awarded a near-full scholarship to prestigious Stanford University. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

She was homeless. Now she’s graduating at the top of her high school class

June 06, 2017 9:03 AM