A/N: This is the last chapter of this story.
A few days later, Chloe is happy that she doesn't have to live with her mom after the divorce. Henry and Stacy were glad that Emily was out of their lives and has went back to L.A. Chloe is also happy about starting grade 8 in September with Kopa at Pride Rock Elementary School.
"Dad is coming back here this afternoon so he can take me to our house," Chloe said.
"We're so happy for you," Kiara said.
"I'm happy to be living with my dad so he'll let me take charge of some of the decision making," Chloe said.
In the afternoon, Henry came back to get Chloe so he can show her the house he bought. Chloe said goodbye to her new friends and got into her dad's car. Stacy is happy to see Chloe happy and the fact that the divorce made Henry happy.
"I think Dad and Chloe will be just fine without Mom," Stacy said.
The next couple of months went by smoothly. It didn't seem too long before it was time for the new school year to begin. Kiara, Kovu, Stacy and Vitani got scholarships to California State University in Los Angeles. They were happy that they got into college.
"Those two years at that prestigious school really paid off," Kiara said.
"High school is behind us and we are officially adults," Kovu said.
"I can't wait until we get to college," Stacy said.
On September 4th, it was time for school to start. Kiara, Kovu, Stacy and Vitani were all packed for college. They would be able to come back to visit on weekends and when they don't have classes.
"We have an hour before freshman orientation," Stacy said.
As everyone said goodbye, Kopa walked over to school while Stacy carpooled with Kovu, Vitani and Kiara. Kovu was driving in complete silence and then Kiara tried to get the radio to work. She gave up and then realized that she has an adaptor for her ipod. She hooked her ipod to what looks like a tape cassette and then put it in the tape player in the car. She then turned on her ipod and played her full playlist. The teenagers were glad to have music instead of dealing with a busted radio. There new lives began as soon as they got to the university.