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Dunbar High underwent a $32 million renovation adding new computer labs and high tech classrooms to support the school's health professions curriculum. Gov O’Malley says it’s "One of the best high schools in Newsweek, to have a 100% graduation rate. Those are not things that happen by chance, they happen by choice. Not only the choices you make but the choices we make together."
Students and parents are excited to make their mark. Lakiesa Mclean, a senior this year says her goal is to "pass all my classes so i can walk across the stage." Cynthia Mobley, a parent says, "I came down on Saturday and the improvements on the new school are really nice and I think the kids should do really well down here."
Dr. Carson went on to say, “The person who determines whether you will be successful or not is you by the choices you make. And we are depending on you to come up with the great ideals."
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