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Dual Enrollment

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Dual Enrollment

Davide Scrofano, Writer

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Just recently a representative from Norco College came to Norco High to talk to students about Dual Enrollment. Rachel Rodriguez, the Norco College representative, had explained that “I am here for Dual Enrollment that’s offered at Norco High School giving students the opportunity to take college courses before they graduate. Dual enrollment helps students get a feel for college courses. It also helps boost self-esteem along with persistence in wanting to go to college.”

“To apply for dual enrollment, you must apply to Norco College and submit a parent approval form. If you have ever considered taking a college course for free, this is a great opportunity for you to get experience in college classes before you graduate.”

If you have any questions, feel free to email rachel.rodriguez@norcocollege.edu

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Davide Scrofano, Writer

Davide (12) joined the NHS journalism team this year (2018-2019) and is interested in sports on campus.

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