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First-ever class at Mosley Center receives diplomas

There is a new group of graduates in Wilmington. The seven members of the first-ever class at the Mary Mosley Performance Learning Center received their diplomas Wednesday. The Mosley Center opened in August as an alternative to traditional high schools that uses computer-based learning. Kristen Snide said she is thankful to have had the Mosley Center as an alternative. "It's a good school to come to if you want to actually graduate and you're trying to better yourself and go to school. It's a good school to come to. They help you out a lot and they're really interested in you as a person." Mary Mosley herself was at Wednesday night's ceremony, helping hand out diplomas.

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First they come out with a GED....Now this...Its a shame children cant graduate from a regular school...Is it bad teachers....??? I dont think so..!!!! So just one more burger flipper to add to the work force..!!!

I think this school is doing

I think this school is doing a great job of what they have set out to do...One of the young ladies that graduated from there last night is my best friend. For a while we thought she was not going to be able to graduate untill we found this school. She loved being there..I want to thank the staff that helped her make this a true success story!!!