Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Students to graduate from substance abuse rehab program
11 students from six ISDs are completing their high school education after successfully going through Serenity High School.
Serenity High School, part of the McKinney Independent School District, will hold graduation ceremonies for students on Wednesday, Dec. 20. The ceremony, scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m., will be held at the school located at 2100 White Ave. in McKinney.
All graduating students from Serenity High School are completing their high school education after successfully completing a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program. A total of 11 students from districts including McKinney ISD, Plano ISD, Princeton ISD, Celina ISD, Frisco ISD and Dallas ISD are part of the Dec. 2006 graduating class.
Serenity helps students throughout North Texas complete their high school education after successfully completing a substance abuse rehabilitation program. The school, now in its sixth year of operation, received a $160,000 grant from the State of Texas in early 2004 that was spearheaded by Senator Florence Shapiro.
For more information about the school, contact Serenity Principal Juli Ferraro at 469-742-7832 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Source: McKinney ISD
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