On Thursday, Miss St. Xaverian High School, the Westchester high school that gave Megan Thee Stallion, 17, the title of “Miss St. Xaverian High School” — after judges selected the show’s judge, Katie Smith, a reality star of Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York City, to choose the students who would perform for her — celebrated her college graduation. Theakston Williams, head of the new University Preparatory School of Beacon, awarded her degree during the ceremony, which included high school alumni from the Manhattan school.
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Stallion, who currently attends Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey, said: “It’s been such a journey. It’s been worth it. I’m so happy.”
Her mother, Sari Thee Stallion, said she was happy for her daughter: “She feels like a princess again. We can’t believe she’s graduating.”
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