Her name was Stormiyah Denson-Jackson.
She was a 12-year-old girl who was deeply loved by her family.
So much so, they sent her to a highly regarded public boarding school for the best education.
But tragically, Stormiyah died Tuesday of an apparent suicide in her Washington dorm. Her devastated mother says she had been bullied.
Pat Denson told News4 the seventh-grader won awards in modeling competitions and was looking forward to going to college.
Social media reports also claim the beautiful girl was called a “nerd” because of her love for Math and Science.
Her mother said, “She did tell me that a lot of kids would be bullying her, picking on her.”
“And when she tried to tell the staff, they wouldn’t do nothing about it. But when she reacted, they put her as the bully.”
Stormiyah’s body was found at The SEED Public Charter School of Washington (SEED DC), police said.
Her death is being investigated as an apparent suicide, police sources told News4.
The 12-year-old was found dead in her dorm room.