In case you missed them, 2017 brought us these 4 stories of super students!

1) Circle of Care

A group of very special students at Glenville Elementary School in Greenwich, CT is raising money to help children who are fighting cancer and their charity of choice is the Circle of Care.

2) The Constitution Club

For the past 7 years, Trumbull High School's We The People: The Citizen and the Constitution Program, under the leadership of Social Studies Teacher Katie Boland, has won the We The People state championship title. With more than 28 million students and 75,000 educators who have participated in the Program since its inception in 1987, that's a tremendous feat. This past year the team also came home from the National Competition with the UNIT 3 AWARD or the award for the best non-finalist team for expertise in each unit of competition (How Changes in the Constitution Have Furthered the Ideas in the Declaration of Independence).

3) B.U.I.L.D.

BUILD is a non-profit organization that uses entrepreneurship to ignite the potential of the youth who are most at-risk of dropping out of high school. More specifically, BUILD supplements traditional education with the skills to develop and run their own small businesses.

4) Georgetown Scholarship Program

The Georgetown Scholarship Program, known as GSP, is the university's powerful response to the challenges that low-income and first-generation students face. Seeking to provide "a home away from home," GSP provides support not only financially, but emotionally as well. The program even includes alumni volunteers and mentors who help guide students through the myriad new experiences that college offers.

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