In North Carolina, officials with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools say they made a few mistakes. It turns out that 11 students who "graduated" from Garinger High School didn't actually have enough credits to graduate. They found out only after the graduation ceremony where the students received their diplomas. Among those 11 students was the class "valedictorian." She's currently in summer school, and officials are now re-running the numbers trying to figure out who the real valedictorian is.
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