Central grad leads way for family

Mario Matias-Mora leaves the stage at Stocker Stadium, diploma in hand, Monday during commencement exercises for 343 Central High School graduates. Matias-Mora, the first in his family to finish high school, graduated from a pre-engineering program, Project Leads the Way, that will be opened up to all District 51 students next school year.



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Mario Matias-Mora leaves the stage at Stocker Stadium, diploma in hand, Monday during commencement exercises for 343 Central High School graduates. Matias-Mora, the first in his family to finish high school, graduated from a pre-engineering program, Project Leads the Way, that will be opened up to all District 51 students next school year.

There were 101 Central High School students who walked Monday with college scholarship dollars in hand, accounting for than $2 million in financial aid. Mario Matias-Mora, 17, aims to be…




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