Stephanie Arnold, 15, uses her mouth to hold a paintbrush in art class at Luther Burbank High School in February. Stephanie has arthrogyposis, a rare condition that limits the use of her arms and legs. But she doesn’t let it hold her back in school.
Stephanie Arnold, 15, uses her mouth to hold a paintbrush in art class at Luther Burbank High School in February. Stephanie has arthrogyposis, a rare condition that limits the use of her arms and legs. But she doesn’t let it hold her back in school. Lezlie Sterling lstering@sacbee.com
Stephanie Arnold, 15, uses her mouth to hold a paintbrush in art class at Luther Burbank High School in February. Stephanie has arthrogyposis, a rare condition that limits the use of her arms and legs. But she doesn’t let it hold her back in school. Lezlie Sterling lstering@sacbee.com

Without relying on arms or legs, teen succeeds at Sacramento’s Luther Burbank High School

March 06, 2015 03:27 PM

UPDATED March 07, 2015 08:22 AM

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