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The Good News Is... Perfect attendance for 13 years

By Kristen Hampton - bio l email

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - 2,340 days is the standard number it takes to get from kindergarten to the final year of high school. For Quanetti Nash, she never missed one single step of the journey.

The 18 year old is graduating this Sunday with honors and the distinction of being the only person in the entire CMS graduating class, with perfect attendance.

The Myers Park senior says her drive to go to school no matter what, started after she finished elementary and middle school with no missed days.

She figured that record was too perfect to mess up.

Quan is going to Eastern Carolina in the fall and plans to study to be a physicians assistant. She says her work career will probably mirror her school career with not even a chance she'll call in sick.

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