It's a second chance for high school students who have fallen behind in their studies.
Pueblo Community College's Gateway to College program, offered at the Fremont Campus, is a way for students who struggle to take college classes to earn their high school diplomas. The program, which kicks off a new semester Jan. 15, is enrolling students.
Katrina Mann, a Gateway to College resource specialist, said students who enroll in the program are between ages 17 and 20 and have a tough time completing the coursework offered at their traditional high schools. While some of the students might have already dropped out of high school, she said, many of them just need a different environment to work in to earn their diplomas.
Article courtesy of Canon City Daily Record
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