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Bishop Dunne junior Casey Glenn graduated with a college degree on May 11, 2016. She earned enough college credit courses in her first three years of high school to graduate with an associate's degree in general studies. She plans to return to Bishop Dunne Catholic School in the fall because she wants to take some interesting elective courses, play volleyball and attend her senior prom.

Bishop Dunne Junior Earns a College Degree

Casey Glenn attended Bishop Dunne in 7th and 8th grade but decided to try out the new De Soto Collegiate High School which opened three years ago, in her freshman year. She took as many dual credit courses as she could as a freshman, to earn an associate's degree while still in high school, but something was missing: her Falcon family.

It didn't take her a semester to realize that even though she was taking dual credit courses, her classes at Dunne were more academic. And she missed her friends and former teachers.

With one year under her belt, she returned to Bishop Dunne and registered for every dual credit course she could take as a sophomore. She did the same this, her junior year, and took a few online college courses from Mountain View College.

On May 11, 2016, she graduated with an associate's degree in general studies. She could apply and go on to a university, but she plans to return in the fall to Dunne to complete her senior year because she is looking forward to more high school volleyball games and prom.

The youngest of five children in a blended family, she's a member of Light of the World Church of Christ, and plans on attending Baylor University or Arcadia in Philadelphia to become a nurse anesthesiologist.

Casey gives her mom, Belinda, a lot of credit for her success in school. She knows that she's in the right place now, back at Bishop Dunne, prepared to finish her high school career as she began it in middle school: as a proud Falcon.
For more information on Bishop Dunne Catholic School and its many academic programs see the school's website:
Bishop Dunne is hosting "Oak Cliff's Got Talent," Extravaganza, a talent show and competition for local students sponsored by the Oak Cliff Lions Club on Thursday, May 26th, 2016, in the school's auditorium. SHOW Tickets are $10 each and available at
This will be a live talent show featuring Oak Cliff High School students from a variety of southern Dallas schools. Celebrity Judges will be on hand to select the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. Top prize is $500.


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