Kaylee is not good in math and literacy, but she’s definitely “killing” with her voice. She is incredibly shy, but the stage helps her to “open up” as principal Colin Millar recalls. Kaylee goes to Killard House School in Northern Ireland.
When Kaylee Rogers, 10, first came to her small school in Northern Ireland, the little lady with autism and ADHD was very quiet around other students and rarely spoke up in class.
Four years later, a love of music has transformed Kaylee into a confident singer now sharing her amazing voice with the world. Her show version of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” at this year holiday choir performance at Killard House Special School in Donaghadee has drawn raves from around the world.
The video has gotten over 5,000,000 views on YouTube and 2.5 million in a single Facebook post.