Student teacher: AHS junior uses her passion for learning for the greater good


Albemarle High School junior Ayoade Balogun is ambitious and industrious. When she’s not working on schoolwork or teaching physics to seventh grade girls, she’s leading a class for people who want to learn to play the cello, which she’s been playing since fifth grade. Photo: Amy Jackson

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