"My name is LaTasha Davis-Gomiller and I am a student at Austin Can! Academy. I am 20 years old and have a loving baby girl named Talaya and a wonderful husband, Milton."
- LaTasha's Success Story
"Seventeen year old Crystal knew her life was heading in the wrong direction. After realizing the combination of hanging around the wrong crowd and surrounding herself with people who were really not supportive or encouraging friends, she knew"
- Houston Can! Supportive Learning Environment Key To Grads Success
"Frank has an incredible smile and a great attitude. He graduated in June and is hoping to enroll in community college and is interested in studying to be a pharmacy technician."
"This story was submitted by San Antonio Can! High School''s Ready to Work Coordinator, Charlotte Chew."
- Success Story - Armandina
"Eboni is a student at Fort Worth Can! Academy-Campus Drive."
"The halls of Houston Can! Academy are filled with students who were at-risk of not completing their high school education. Nikosha is no different. But what is different is her unwavering determination"
- Determined Student Sets Example for Others
"Beginning my first year of high school through what was supposed to be my junior year, I had no priorities or motivation to go to school."
- Stacey's Success Story
"Having been offered a full athletic scholarship for football, Brian believed he would live his dream of playing at collegiate level, and perhaps even as a professional. That dream, however, ended abruptly due to a serious knee injury."
- Houston Can! Student Graduates From Football to the Firehouse
"Last Friday at a seafood buffet in Washington D.C. I got a phone call. It was from a publicist for my school, Texans Can! Academy at Carrollton-Farmers Branch. Over the past week, I had been blogging about my experiences"
- Steven's Success Story
"All my life I have had to overcome problems that I thought would never happen to me. I was born with asthma, and my little brother was born with Downs Syndrome."
- A Story to be Told, A Story to be Heard