St. Louis Park students give royal treatment to classmate with autism

Jake Hamilton reveled in his role as homecoming king at St. Louis Park High School. Doctors have diagnosed Jake with a severe case of autism. But, unlike many with the condition, he has built strong relationships with his peers and is popular at school.
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Jake Hamilton reveled in his role as homecoming king at St. Louis Park High School. Doctors have diagnosed Jake with a severe case of autism. But, unlike many with the condition, he has built strong relationships with his peers and is popular at school.

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