ALA stu­dents earn col­lege de­gree be­fore high school diploma

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At the time of this photo, it is the in­ter­act with an ac­tual col­lege class end of April and these nine stu­dents tak­ing place live on the cam­pus in from Amer­i­can Lead­er­ship Academy Orem. They see their pro­fes­sor in his in Span­ish Fork have earned their class­room on the big screen and they As­so­ciates De­gree from Utah Val­ley can ask him ques­tions and he can give Univer­sity. They don’t re­ceive their them an­swers. high school di­plo­mas for an­other The tu­ition and the test­ing fees are month! a frac­tion of what a tra­di­tional stu­dent

How can this hap­pen? Well, it starts pays. ALA also of­fers con­cur­rent once they be­come fresh­men and sopho­mores. en­roll­ment classes that are cashed in They be­gin at­tend­ing a dis­tance for col­lege credit. In the end, they en­ter learn­ing class called Ed Net. In the col­lege or univer­sity of their an agree­ment with Utah Val­ley Univer­sity, choice with an as­so­ciate’s de­gree and high school stu­dents can sit a two-year head start on ev­ery­one else. in a class­room in Span­ish Fork and Con­grat­u­la­tions dou­ble grad­u­ates!

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