School's gains pave the way for ambitious early-college program

06/10/2010 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Massachusetts' once-struggling Randolph High School has rebounded and made significant gains under a districtwide turnaround plan. Next year, the school will implement a comprehensive early-college program that will allow its juniors and seniors to earn a low-cost associate degree while still in high school. Students at the Randolph College Academy will also complete 45 hours of online instruction and 100 hours of service learning, academic competition or internships, and they are able to enroll at any state college as a junior after they graduate high school.

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