Celebrating 2024 Valedictorian Traci Mouzon’s Early Graduation Success

American Collegiate Academy is incredibly proud to celebrate the achievements of our 2024 class valedictorian, Traci Mouzon, who is graduating a full year early. Traci’s hard work, dedication, and drive to succeed have been exemplary throughout her time at ACA.

Traci displays a passion for learning and pushing herself academically. She started dual enrollment at St. Petersburg College during her sophomore year of high school, and this year she attended SPC full-time while also working a part-time job at Kohl’s and running her own small business. On top of her impressive academic and entrepreneurial endeavors, Traci has been involved with the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization as a “little” for the past 8 years.

Traci’s friends, family, and the entire ACA community couldn’t be more proud of her remarkable accomplishments. Her success is a testament to the unwavering support and excellent education provided by American Collegiate Academy.

Traci was also featured in a Patch/T-Mobile article to highlight her success. Check it out here: https://patch.com/florida/clearwater/class-valedictorian-early-grad-clearwater-graduation-shoutout?utm_source=shared-email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=share 

A Proud Mom’s Perspective on ACA’s Excellence
Traci’s mom, Michelle, shared her glowing review of the transformative impact ACA has had on both of her children’s educational journeys:

“I sing ACA’s praises all the time. My younger daughter, a 5th grader, started in 3rd grade after struggling with reading due to the pandemic’s disruption. Within her first year at ACA, she was reading and comprehending at grade level – something her previous charter school failed to achieve.

For my older daughter Traci, the caring teachers and open communication with faculty and administration were key to her success. From running for homecoming princess to her early college achievements, ACA nurtured Traci’s drive to reach higher goals. She’s now graduating as valedictorian a year early.

ACA’s small class sizes and providing education from kindergarten through 12th grade were major factors in my decision to enroll my children here – and it was the best decision I could have made. I look forward to my younger daughter following in her sister’s footsteps and receiving her diploma from this excellent school. Thank you, ACA, for giving my children a solid educational foundation for success.”

American Collegiate Academy is honored to have played a role in Traci’s incredible journey and early graduation milestone. We look forward to seeing what bright futures lie ahead for her and all of our outstanding students.



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