Maine high school offers students chance to earn college credits

03/17/2013 | Bangor Daily News (Maine) (free registration)

Hermon High School in Maine has launched a pilot program in which students are eligible to earn as many as 29.5 college credits before graduating from high school. The Bridge Year Program -- a venture of Hermon High, United Technologies Center, Eastern Maine Community College and the University of Maine -- allows students to cut costs and accelerate their education so they can complete a two-year degree in the year following their high-school graduation.

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