Mt. SAC graduates share their inspiring stories


Sometimes, we need to be our own heroes. We have to save ourselves before we can help others.

the way, we find inspiration in the stories of those who have overcome
overwhelming odds to accomplish their dreams. Some students graduating from Mt. San Antonio College on
June 12 shared their personal stories.

Porras lost seven years of her life and the father of her youngest
child to meth. The Nogales High graduate became caught up in the world
of methamphetamine, a psychostimulant that induces intense euphoria.

But the La Puente woman turned her life around. Find out how in the Rowland Heights Highlander.