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Georgia senior is high school's 1st African-American male valedictorian.


Added Date - Jun 8, 2019

Rawlin Tate, Jr., from Georgia is the first African-American male to became valedictorian. His GPA for his high school career is a 4.7. This is an incredibly huge accomplishment, and is an inspiration to every single person not just students.

 

Tate said that a lot of his success in school is not because he is a genius, but instead from the effort and hard work, he puts into it. Tate was offered multiple scholarships from colleges and universities that totals $1.2 million. Tate is planning to study mechanical engineering while attending North Carolina A&T.

 

 

 

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