From The New York Daily News
In less than two weeks, some 50,000 city high school seniors will graduate.
Few of them will have overcome as many obstacles as Orayne Williams.
Abandoned by his family and living alone in a homeless shelter, the 18-year-old immigrant has not just endured, but excelled.
With a 91 average and three Advanced Placement classes under his belt, he’s headed for college with a fat scholarship and big plans.