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In His Shoes

Blue Springs High School Standout Discusses Overcoming Tragedy

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Eighteen year old Josh Metje has a prestigious scholarship awaiting him at NYU, but to get there, he’s faced his own share of tragedy. After his brother was murdered, Metje struggled with overwhelming grief. He credits his teachers with helping him through the trauma and with his academic success.

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