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Spring High School Not a Bad School, Students Say [LISTEN]

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SPRING, TX- SEPTEMBER 04:  Teachers and staff watch from inside Spring High School after a stabbing September 4, 2013 in Spring, Texas. A 17-year-old student was fatally stabbed and three other students during what has been reported as a fight at the school about 7:00 am. Three people have been taken into custody. (Photo by Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images)

SPRING, TX- SEPTEMBER 04: Teachers and staff watch from inside Spring High School after a stabbing September 4, 2013 in Spring, Texas. A 17-year-old student was fatally stabbed and three other students during what has been reported as a fight at the school about 7:00 am. Three people have been taken into custody. (Photo by Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images)

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Despite yesterday’s murder, a number of students are defending their school and want to go back to classes. NEWS 92 FM’s Carolyn Campbell reports.

Maliq knew 17-year-old Joshua Broussard, who was fatally stabbed in the school cafeteria. In fact, he was there. But, neither Maliq nor his classmate Brandon think Spring High School is a bad place.

Maliq wants to become a veterinarian, Brandon an electrical engineer–both say Spring High School is helping to make that happen.

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