Mega high schools offer more choice

11/29/2005 | Washington Post, The

Despite the current trend of downsizing high schools into more personalized learning communities, administrators of supersized schools housing thousands of students say they can offer a wealth of courses and after-school clubs. At the 4,000-student Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax County, Va., Principal Dan Meier uses recognition programs to ensure students don't get lost in the crowd.

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