State Board of Trustees approves new curriculum
Students planning on going to college, or even those who are just beginning to think about the possibility, should make plans early in high school, or even before, to ensure they have all of the requisite courses under their belts when it is time for them to walk across stage, receive a diploma and move to the next level. The Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning recently approved maintaining the current College Preparatory Curriculum as the minimum requirements and approved an enhanced College Preparatory Curriculum as recommended but not required.
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