Breannah Herrera enrolled at Rose City High School as a junior in the fall of 2020, when students could only access classes through remote learning.
By News Desk
Making the transition from Northern California to a new high school in a virtual environment was challenging in itself. However, Breannah also faced the reality that she was significantly behind in credits due to experiencing personal circumstances that caused her to miss most of her schooling for two years of high school. Her goal to graduate high school seemed near impossible at that time. These challenges did not stop her and motivated her to rise beyond her circumstances and achieve her goal of graduation. In fact, over the course of a year and a half, Breannah earned close to 180 credits with an average GPA of 3.8, and completed her graduation requirements early before the rest of her peers.
She is the recipient of two scholarships, which includes the Shakespeare Club Scholarship.
Breannah aspires to own her own beauty salon. She is currently attending Paul Mitchell Beauty School and when finished plans to move back to Northern California and enroll in college to earn a degree in business management.
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