From South Central, Calif., 18-year-old Tony’s drive to finish school died when his brother passed away. His older brother, who raised him, was his only father figure, and Tony lost him when he was ten. Tony was in the tenth grade when he was kicked out of school for fighting a jock that made a girl cry. He went to continuation school during that time. He would love to go to college for computer programming and become an entrepreneur so he can be his own boss.