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CORAL SPRINGS (CBSMiami) – If you spot a bunch of Coral Springs high school students sporting a new bald look, it’s all for a great cause.

Wednesday afternoon, a group of students JP Taravella High School got their heads shaved as a way to bring awareness and stand in solidarity with kids fighting cancer.

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“I’m glad that I don’t have to go through what they’re going through but I’m glad to support them in what they’re going through,” said one of the students.

Students raised money by asking for donations in exchange for getting a haircut. They raised hundreds of dollars but more importantly for students like Jah-Mya Press—they gave up something precious for someone else.

“I feel really good,” said Press. “I feel good about myself.”

Press’ hair will be sent to a wigmaker to be turned into a wig for a child with…

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