Michelle’s learning disabilities and emotional distress prevented her from finishing high school — creating struggles throughout her adult life.
Cameron couldn’t get the better-paying jobs he needed because he didn’t have his high school diploma.
“I had no self-confidence or motivation. I couldn’t get out of bed in the morning, let alone go to school.”
“More education means getting better jobs, guaranteed,” says Mike, who recently upgraded his high school marks at the Discovery Centre.
My daughter had just graduated from high school — she’s my baby,” shared Ellie, an ABE student at the Discovery
“Completing high school was always a dream of mine, but I never had the opportunity to do so,” says Cathy
“Graduating from the Discovery Centre with my high school diploma was the proudest moment of my adult life,” says Chris
Victor Roberts graduated from the Discovery Centre’s Adult Basic Education (ABE) program in St. John’s. Now 39 years old, married
When Sandra Whitten started at the Discovery Centre, she was already the mother of 10 children, grandmother of 23, and
Rosalind Hussey always preached the importance of having an education to her daughters, but found herself tongue-tied at her eldest