A 29-year-old woman who recently enrolled in New Brunswick High School has expressed contrition for her decision, confessing that she knows she “made a mistake.”
The individual, who has requested anonymity, was admitted to the school in spite of her advanced age, prompting a backlash from the school’s faculty and student body.
The woman, who was initially believed to be a foreign exchange student, was found to be lying about her age and academic credentials. Her presence in the school’s classrooms, as well as her enrollment in extracurricular activities, has sparked considerable consternation among members of the school community.
The woman, who has since been expelled, has publicly admitted her culpability in the affair. “I understand that what I did was wrong, and I regret my decision,” she said. “I apologise for any disruption that I may have caused, and I hope that the school can move past this episode and continue to focus on providing an excellent education to its students.”
The school’s Board of Education has declined to comment on the case, citing privacy concerns. However, it is known that the board has been working to ensure that such an incident does not recur in the future.
The woman, who has yet to face any criminal charges, has reportedly already enrolled in another school.