Accelerator programs put at-risk Maryland high-schoolers on fast track

08/25/2009 | WJZ-TV (Baltimore)

Three new accelerator schools in Baltimore will give high-school students who have fallen at least two years behind an opportunity to catch up. The programs, for students between the ages of 16 and 21, offer as close to a traditional high-school experience as possible, including sports and clubs, along with a condensed curriculum.

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