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Teen aims for higher education

Fabian Maciel entered high school with a plan to get to college with a football scholarship, then study architecture, graduate, and help his family rise from poverty and move out of subsidized housing projects. A local police officer coached Maciel in the police-run football program and intervened on his behalf to help him get into a private school in Boyle Heights. “He’s motivated, he’s driven, and as his coach I could see that he has a lot of potential. If he sets his mind to anything it can be achieved, obviously through the proper channels.” Read more on Boyle Heights Beat.

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This entry was posted on June 14, 2015 by in Boyle Heights Beat, Print and tagged , , .

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