Photo courtesy of HUSDCounselor Laverne Williams-Schoonover (left), Aleea Moore (center), and Principal Cristian Miley celebrating Moore’s sizable scholarship. ■ By Kyle Selby / Reporter Aleea Diamond Moore is just one of the students of the first graduating class from ASPIRE Community Day School in Hemet. Moore was previously expelled from Tahquitz High School during her sophomore year, but still had dreams of going to college. This year, Moore is graduating, and has decided on Savannah State University after receiving two college acceptance letters. Her counselor, Laverne Williams-Schoonover, a role-model of sorts to Moore, also helped her acquire a large scholarship to help pay her way. She received a $97,000 Army ROTC

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