Greensboro, NC -- Thousands of students, across the Triad, have a lot to be proud of this week as they graduate high school.
However, WFMY News 2 found some grads who are so stellar, we had to share their stories.
Two students, who are graduating from Smith High School in Greensboro this week, have faced challenges and overcome obstacles to get there.
Djin Enuol and H'luya Hdok moved to the Unites States from Vietnam as refugees.
Enuol is number two in her class. She moved to the United States when she was 12 years old.
Enuol had to learn English as her third language.
"I had to work extra hard when I moved here," said Enuol.
H'luya Hdok is the class valedictorian this year at Smith High School.
Hdok moved to the Unites States when she was a baby.
Hdok plans to attend UNC Greensboro.
"I'm interested in medicine," said Hdok.
Enuol will attend UNC Chapel Hill.
Both students will graduate on Saturday.
WFMY News 2