Glee star Naya Rivera visited Collins Family High School with E! host Terrence J to recognize student success with the Get Schooled Foundation in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

Naya Rivera visits Collins Family High School
Naya Rivera visits Collins Family High School
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The Get Schooled Foundation is a non-profit focused on increasing high school and college graduation rates, improving postsecondary readiness and promoting the importance of education by directly engaging and empowering young people to take control of their own education.

E! News co-host Terrence J joins Naya Rivera for Get Schooled at Collins Family High School
E! News co-host Terrence J joins Naya Rivera for Get Schooled at Collins Family High School
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Naya Rivera posing with a group of students from Collins Family High School
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Naya Rivera and Terrence J pose for a quick selfie for Get Schooled at Collins Family High School
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