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Troneice Harrington will attend St. Paul's College in the fall.
Kavitha Cardoza
Troneice Harrington will attend St. Paul's College in the fall.

Kavitha Cardoza covers education for WAMU, and sometimes she runs into truly remarkable students who seem destined to succeed, against all odds. Today, in the first of three stories, we hear about Troniece Harrington from Springarn Senior High School in northeast D.C.

Ginger Moored helped in the production of this story. The District of Columbia College Access Program provided assistance in the production of this story.

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