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high school dual enrollment

high school dual enrollment

Dual enrollment is a program that allows high school students (usually sophomores, juniors, and seniors) to enroll in college courses for credit prior to high school graduation. College credits earned through dual enrollment can be simultaneously applied toward high school and college graduation and can be transferred to other colleges or universities.

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what does schoolwork have to do with the real world?

what does schoolwork have to do with the real world?

You never know exactly what career path you'll follow. By working hard in all the core subject areas, you will be prepared to make better choices about a career.

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honesty and integrity in the classroom

honesty and integrity in the classroom

Honesty and integrity are important traits to have in your academic and professional life. Failing to adhere to your school’s honor code can negatively impact your chances of gaining admission to your top college choice and can even affect your chances of obtaining employment at your dream job. Learn how to implement honesty and integrity in the classroom in order to be the best student you can be.

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senioritis: avoiding the epidemic

senioritis: avoiding the epidemic

Many high school seniors catch senioritis during their last semester of school. Here are some of the dangers of senioritis and measures that can be taken to prevent it.

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participating in honors courses

participating in honors courses

Because admission to college is becoming more competitive every day, it is imperative that you have an academic record that will make you stand out. Taking honors courses will help give you that competitive edge.

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sharpening your writing skills

sharpening your writing skills

The ability to write well is one of the most important skills to acquire during your high school years. Not only will you need to write well for your high school and college classes, but once you move into the workforce, having good writing skills is a must.

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five reasons to take challenging courses

five reasons to take challenging courses

Taking high school courses that challenge you is important for your future. Here are five reasons to take challenging courses.

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what classes should i choose for next year?

what classes should i choose for next year?

College-bound students should carefully consider which classes to take each year in high school. Colleges want students who take challenging courses and who build a good foundation to expand on after high school. The completion of the following courses is usually expected of prospective students.

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