A high school where students follow their passions

12/29/2005 | Mercury News (San Jose, Calif.), The

At Camden, N.J.'s, new Met East High School, students develop their own curriculum, which relies heavily on internships in the business community and the help of advisers who oversee what students are learning. The unusual school is part of the nationwide network of Big Picture schools, which send the vast majority of their graduates on to college.

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