Turner managed to get them accepted into the Boys Town in Nebraska, a non-profit organization dedicated to caring for and schooling troubled kids, at no cost, according to Channel 2.
Amey just graduated the program with a 3.75 grade point average and Cordell, who’s a junior, is part of the National Honor Society.
“They’re two amazing boys and I feel very lucky to have them in my life,” Turner said.
But the young men say they are the lucky ones.
“She’s loving, very supportive,” Amey told Channel 2. “I love her a lot.”