I'm not in high school, however my brother is.
Today was the high school's National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. At our school, the students are not told who is getting in, and the parents do a real good job at not telling their kids, so it's a big surprise. That being said, all students take their seats in the auditorium, and as the opening speaker is talking, then the parents are ushered in through the back. So there's one girl who's older brother didn't graduate high school, and came from a divorced household. The parents are both good parents, but the divorce affected the son, who has a learning disability and a hearing disability. That being said, the daughter growing up wasn't looked at at being likely to succeed. She was getting inducted into NHS though, a huge accomplishment, making her family very, very happy. So the mother was walking in the school along with all the other parents while the assembly was starting, and she stopped walking, and had to sit down. Then she started almost having a panic attack. The school nurse came over, used everything they had, like the defibrillator, and immediately called the hospital/ambulance. I'm not sure what exactly happened, something to do with a panic attack and seizure, but they were able to recover the lady to a conscious state, and they notified her daughter, who had just been inducted in NHS. The daughter obviously left the ceremony to be with her mom. When she found her mom (in the hall on the other side of the school), her mom said something along the lines of "Go back in the ceremony, enjoy it, you've earned it" (exact wording might be off). As soon as she said that, the ambulance showed up, started taking her away, but she was still talking to her daughter. On the ambulance ride to the hospital she died.
Also, the mother had no health related problems. She was fairly young (in her 40s) and active, went to the gym on a regular basis, and didn't smoke.
Sparknotes:Girl gets into NHS but mother died going to ceremony in school hall, with her last sight in life of her daughter with the NHS ribbon on.