Faith May is a force to be reckoned with.
During her years as a student with Middle Peninsula Regional Adult and Career Education (R.A.C.E.), she transitioned from being Faith Kelly to Faith May. She faced deaths, battled illnesses, coped with responsibilities to her family, and navigated the challenges of being an employee.
Through it all, she was determined to finish what she started. She wanted to earn her high school credential.
The Middle Peninsula R.A.C.E. Adult Education Graduate of 2022 set out to do it by studying and passing one subject at a time. She knew if her attendance was irregular, it would affect how much she remembered from class. She did not miss class often.
Her teachers could plan for her because they could rely on her to show up. She stayed in touch with the regional office and was not shy about asking for help. She passed reading in 2019, social studies and science within months of each other in 2020.
And then came the hard part for her.
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