N.C. high-school students to study sustainable technology

10/8/2013 | Star-News (Wilmington, N.C.)

Pender High School in Burgaw, N.C., plans to partner with Cape Fear Community College to launch a sustainable-technology program that will focus on environmentally conscious construction. After students finish their high-school requirements, they will take classes taught by community-college instructors. Students will graduate with an associate's degree in sustainable technology or up to 42 hours of college credits that can be transferred to a university.

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