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Lady who Dropped Out of Varsity over Pregnancy, Fulfills Her Dream as she becomes Medical Doctor at 40

A teen mum identified as Katie Clark who quit school after her 15th birthday when she got pregnant, has fulfilled her dream as she becomes a medical doctor

The lady who had a baby in secondary school and later dropped out of campus, has finally fulfilled her dream of becoming a doctor at the age of 40. 

People.com reports that the now-married mother of 4 boys was pregnant at the age of 14 and welcomed a baby boy shortly after her 15th birthday. 

According to Katie, she attended Magnificat High School, a Catholic all-girls secondary school in the US when she became a teen single mum as her baby daddy didn’t participate in raising the child. 

With support from her mum and sisters, the young lady was able to combine catering for the child with her studies. 

Against all odds, Katie completed her secondary school education at the age of 18 and proceeded to Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, US for her university education. 

In her first year on campus, Beacon Journal reports that Katie again took in and delivered another baby boy. 

This proved to be the straw that broke the camel’s back as she consequently quit school in order to focus on raising her two sons.

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At this point, her hopes of becoming a doctor looked bleak. 

That was a really difficult time. Everything had still felt possible until then,” Katie told People in an interview. Katie revives her doctoral dream aspiration.

Two years after she quit school, Katie met her husband Curtis Clark who happened to be the older brother of a secondary school friend. 

The duo got married in 2001, while the husband continued his schooling. At age 25, she seemed to find her drive back and began pursuing her doctoral dream. 

Katie enrolled at the University of Kentucky where she graduated with a degree in anthropology at the age of 28. This was after she had earned an associate’s degree at a local community college. 

She then attended Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, an Ohio University program affiliated with the Cleveland Clinic and finished as a doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.) at age 40. 

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CREDIT: ALLSCHOOL, Legit

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