- 23 high school students already have college certificates
- They were able to balance high school and college studies
- They are due to graduate from high school next week
In what is yet another demonstration of young black excellence, 23 high school students have obtained college certificates one week before graduating from high school.
The students from New Orleans' Warren Easton Charter High School graduated with certificates of technical studies in residential electricity from Delgado Community College in New Orleans, US on Tuesday, May 16.
They are set to graduate from their school on Monday, May 22.
This is the second group of Charter High School seniors to complete the dual enrollment program after another group achieved the feat last year.
The program requires commitment and hard work in order to successfully balance high school and college studies.
Alexina Medley, the principal of the high school, congratulated the students for their achievement.
She said: "We are extremely proud of our students and our association with Delgado Community College."
Congratulations to them indeed! With that kind of brilliance, only the sky is the limit as they proceed with further studies and their careers ahead.
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