Will B. - Success Story

Betty Bagley and Will

In a way, I feel like C2C (Gateway at the time) found me. In the summer of 2010 I was hanging out in the Anderson public library, which is a great place to spend time when you're homeless (which I was, thanks to some really bad decisions I'd made). I noticed a Gateway brochure on the counter. That brochure, along with an awesome church family and a lot of hard work, changed my life. The whole C2C thing was tough - definitely not an easy way to earn a high school diploma - but the staff and support I received were amazing. I graduated on May 7, 2012 with a diploma from Westside High School and 35 college credits! In August, I'm starting a bachelor's degree program in Church Ministry at Southeastern University in Florida. If you're thinking about doing C2C, what I'd tell you is "Go for it, but take it seriously!" I really loved C2C. Just watch out for biology, though. It's a killer! (Pictured with Will is Ms. Betty Bagley, Superintendent of Anderson School District Five.)

 

 

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