Collins Nelson, 17, celebrates with her brother, Jason, and sister, Christian, at the Columbus Civic Center, after graduating from Northside High School last week. She participated in the state’s Move On When Ready Program, which allowed her to earn 25 credits at Columbus State University while still in high school.
Collins Nelson, 17, celebrates with her brother, Jason, and sister, Christian, at the Columbus Civic Center, after graduating from Northside High School last week. She participated in the state’s Move On When Ready Program, which allowed her to earn 25 credits at Columbus State University while still in high school. Special to the Ledger-Enquirer
Collins Nelson, 17, celebrates with her brother, Jason, and sister, Christian, at the Columbus Civic Center, after graduating from Northside High School last week. She participated in the state’s Move On When Ready Program, which allowed her to earn 25 credits at Columbus State University while still in high school. Special to the Ledger-Enquirer

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