Actress Amanda Bynes may be well on her way to proving she is piecing her life back together following a very public breakdown and a nearly six-month long rehab stint.
The 27-year-old has officially finished her first quarter of school at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, and according to E! News, the actress did extremely well.
"She's a great student who always participated and really cared about her classes," a source said. "She really fits in and loves her school."
The actress has reportedly done so well at the school that she is planning on enrolling in more classes in April, and is likely not going to make a return to acting.
"If she was offered an acting job anytime soon, she may not take it because she's so focused on school," the source said.
The news comes on the heels of the actress reportedly making plans to leave the Hollywood life behind for good.
The Independent reported on Tuesday that the one-time child star was fully committed to staying clean and living a healthy lifestyle, and would leave Hollywood behind if that was what it took.
"Amanda is determined to stay sober. She admits she's made a lot of mistakes but is determined to move on and make positive changes for her future," a source said. "She's happy to leave Hollywood for good."
The changes mark a radical turnaround for the actress, who at this time last year was worrying many with increasingly bizarre behavior and twitter feuds with fellow celebs.
In fact, March 21, 2013 saw the actress posting one of her most controversial tweets about her crush at the time, rapper Drake.
"I want @drake to murder my va--na," she wrote at the time.
After setting a fire in a driveway in Thousand Oaks, Calif. in July of last year, she was placed in an involuntary psychiatric hold at a local hospital, where she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
She left a rehab facility where she had further received treatment in December 2013.