On August 16th, 2017, Wolverine Human Services celebrated its largest graduation to date at the Vassar Residential Facility. WHS had four clients graduate with high school diplomas and two clients earn their GED’s! It was an exciting day for the graduates, their families, and to the WHS staff who made this all possible. Congratulations to our graduates Ahmed, Damion, Noah, Maurice, Cameron, and Garrett!

Some of the clients shared their experience at WHS with us and their plans for the future.

During his time at Wolverine, Maurice felt that his teachers were hard on him and were always making sure he was paying attention in class. He explained that his teachers would sit with him to help him get through his work, which was a very big help. After receiving his high school diploma, Maurice plans to study criminal justice at LCC.

Damion believes that his time at Wolverine helped him a lot to get to where he is today. Being at Wolverine helped Damion to stay out of trouble and get back on track in school. When Damion arrived at Wolverine, he had 11.5 high school credits. Today, he received his high school diploma. In the future, Damion plans on attending college to study automotive service.

During his time at Wolverine, Noah felt motivated to complete high school and believes he learned how to stay patient. After earning his high school diploma, Noah plans on working and going to school full-time. Noah hopes to own multiple businesses in the future!

Cameron believes that his time at Wolverine was a great experience. He received a lot of support from the staff and was able to become a Senior Victor during his time here. After receiving his GED, Cameron is enrolled at WCC to study culinary arts and continue explore his passion for cooking.