#ChooseGloucester video series: Meet Gloucester High student Lizzie Luster

First in a series of video profiles about why students and their families choose the Gloucester public schools. Read the introductory post about the #ChooseGloucester series here.  

Lizzie Luster was diagnosed with a learning disability in elementary school. Her mom, Ann Marie, says school is not easy for her. But through her own hard work and help from teachers at Gloucester High School, Lizzie is now taking honors and Advanced Placement courses in preparation for college.

“Her teachers pushed her to be better, to go beyond what she thought was possible,” says her mom. “They’ve allowed her to see the type of student she can be.”

Watch Lizzie’s story:

 

5 thoughts on “#ChooseGloucester video series: Meet Gloucester High student Lizzie Luster

      1. Excellent work John and I too am looking forward to more – what she said about school along with mom is true of the community! The stories and wisdom are heartfelt and to me that’s the center of everything!

        Over here the South Koreans have a word for that “Katchi Kapshida! (We Go Together)!! Also USFK Slogan adopted on coins and plaques, teamwork. 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

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