Beaumont Girl Expelled for Selling Adderall to Classmates




Via the NEOMG, a 16-year-old girl from Beaumont has been expelled for selling Adderall to classmates. The drug, commonly prescribed for ADHD, is often used by high school and college students as a "study aid" or to, you know, play video games for long stretches.

Police were called to Beaumont — the all-girls' Catholic high school on North Park Boulevard in Cleveland Heights — back on Dec. 19, right before Christmas break. Evidently, no charges have been filed in juvenile court.

No mention of the event appears in Beaumont's weekly parent newsletters in December and January, but the NEOMG's Adam Ferrise says parents would be notified.

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