Stephanie Arnold, 15, chats with friends while on her way to class at Luther Burbank High School in February. Arnold has arthrogyposis, a rare condition that affects the use of her arms and legs, but she gets straight A’s in her pre-International Baccalaureate studies at Luther Burbank High.
Stephanie Arnold, 15, chats with friends while on her way to class at Luther Burbank High School in February. Arnold has arthrogyposis, a rare condition that affects the use of her arms and legs, but she gets straight A’s in her pre-International Baccalaureate studies at Luther Burbank High. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
Stephanie Arnold, 15, chats with friends while on her way to class at Luther Burbank High School in February. Arnold has arthrogyposis, a rare condition that affects the use of her arms and legs, but she gets straight A’s in her pre-International Baccalaureate studies at Luther Burbank High. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
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