- Cameron Ray, is a junior high school student at Warrensville Heights who has graduated from Cuyahoga Community College
- The brilliant teenager graduated with an associate degree in Arts
- Ray is set to graduate from Warrensville Heights in 2021
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Cameron Ray, a Warrensville Heights student just became the youngest from the school district to graduate from Cuyahoga Community College.
The junior from Warrensville Heights, graduated from Cuyahoga Community College on December 17, 2019 with an associate’s degree in Arts.
Ray disclosed everyone is usually pretty surprised when he tells them he’s only a junior in high school.
The teenager said he has learned important life skills while at Cuyahoga Community College, including time management while juggling a social and academic life.
Ray urges that even in that face of fear, one should push and get acquainted.
The high school junior intends on continuing his college education at Cleveland State University next semester while studying film.
Ray, who is set to graduate from high school in 2021, said the only person he knows of who graduated college at his age was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: “That is something I’m especially proud of.’’
The Warrensville Heights City School District’s dual-credit programme allows students a head start in college without paying for tuition and Ray was a beneficiary of the programme.
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