Bell Multicultural High School helps minority students achieve their dreams 

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Social and economic handicaps no longer hold a group of young people back.

Rodrigo Umanzor is a senior at Bell Multicultural High School in Northwest D.C. He says its the endless opportunities that make this public school for low-income D.C. minority students so different.

"I was sort of living at Boston University in a dorm with a roommate for two weeks and I got to take two college classes, so it was like a sneak peak at what I will be experiencing in the fall."

The school has come a long way in the last decade.


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