Chelsea Fearce, Former Homeless Teen, Overcomes the Odds

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    Jacque Reid goes “Inside Her Story” with Chelsea Fearce about overcoming the odds of homelessness to graduate high school with a 4.46 G.P.A. and entering college as a junior with a full scholarship! Just wow!

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    3 thoughts on “Chelsea Fearce, Former Homeless Teen, Overcomes the Odds

    1. An Ode to Chelsea Fearce

      Homeless but not familyless
      Homeless but not hopeless
      Homeless but not lacking in resourcefulness
      Homeless but not less determined
      Homeless but not faithless
      Homeless but not less ambitious
      Homeless but not less focused
      Homeless but not decisionless
      Homeless but not loveless
      Homeless but not careless
      Homeless but not worthless
      Homeless but not goalless
      Homeless but not brainless
      Homeless but not tactless
      Homeless but not characterless
      Homeless but not manners less
      Homeless but not helpless or beyond help
      Homeless but not less of a person
      Homeless but neverless a valuable human being

    2. So proud of our Former Titan!!! She is a testimony for so many of our other children out there to overcome there obstacles and come out victorious!!! (Sincerely
      , One of her Drew High School teachers)!!!

    3. YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Totally inspirational!
      She should be very proud.
      She could have used homelessness as an excuse (and it would have been understandable.), but didn’t.
      Sometimes kids are given all of the advantages in the world and don’t use them to their benefit. This story goes to show it’s not always about where you come from, or what you have. Everyone has an opportunity to make something out of their life.

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