RALEIGH, N.C. — The controversial valedictorian of a Raleigh high school will not speak at graduation on Saturday.
Classmates at Enloe High School were upset that Evan Wu had the honor. He was suspended this year for reportedly forging a teacher's signature on a recommendation.
Because of the controversy, Wu and his family decided he will not speak at Saturday's commencement.
Wake County only considers grade point average when deciding who is the valedictorian.