Guidance counselor Christa Dunn talked to student Denzil Willhite between classes at Lexington's Carter G. Woodson Academy. The academy refers to its attendees as "scholars," and the boys wear ties and blazers to school each day. Academics, structure, expectations, and family and community involvement are heavily stressed.
Guidance counselor Christa Dunn talked to student Denzil Willhite between classes at Lexington's Carter G. Woodson Academy. The academy refers to its attendees as "scholars," and the boys wear ties and blazers to school each day. Academics, structure, expectations, and family and community involvement are heavily stressed. Herald-Leader
Guidance counselor Christa Dunn talked to student Denzil Willhite between classes at Lexington's Carter G. Woodson Academy. The academy refers to its attendees as "scholars," and the boys wear ties and blazers to school each day. Academics, structure, expectations, and family and community involvement are heavily stressed. Herald-Leader

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