GILBERT, AZ - It’s graduation time and one student at Perry High School in Gilbert has had to overcome a lot more than most to graduate with honors.
Christopher Rondinella has fibromyalgia and has undergone clinical treatment and studies in California.
In spite of his pain, he finds a way to get to school every day.
With a 4.07 grade average, Christopher received a Presidential Scholarship for full tuition to Arizona State University.
Watch Christopher's story in the video player above.
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