Raul Tapia always thought of himself as somebody who never finished anything.
After dropping out of high school, Raul led a life of addiction, failed relationships and fatherhood at 20. Wanting to be a better role model for his sons, he enrolled in the Never Too Late program to complete his GED courses. From failing his first test, Raul was full of self-doubt, but he stuck with the program, and passed the courses he required to receive his high school diploma. With his past, Raul says he should't even be alive. But now, with a renewed lease on life, he has the self-confidence to believe he can achieve his dreams of a better life, for himself and his children.