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KERNERSVILLE, N.C. — A 17-year-old student with cerebral palsy has been crowned homecoming queen at Glenn High School.

Brionna Miller was voted onto homecoming court as a freshman in 2012 and has had made it to court each year since then but never won the crown until Friday.

Miller’s mother said she has always pushed her to keep moving and not let the disability get in her way.

“It’s a big accomplishment for her,” said Julie Miller, Brionna’s mother. “Hopefully this will make other people with disabilities keep pushing forward to the next level.”

Miller’s date said he was proud and happy to see her win.