Academy gives high-school students a head start on college

08/24/2009 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

A new academic program will allow gifted high-school juniors and seniors from the Miami-Dade school district to take classes at Florida International University. The Academy for Advanced Academics will offer a mix of high-school and college curricula; students may graduate with up to two years of college credit. "It's impossible to really experience college unless you are actually there -- and we will be there," said a student.

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