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Imagine being in high school and taking a course that will not only count as one of your high school credits but also will give you three college credit hours.
That dream is a reality at LaRue County High School, according to Rex Hanson, mathematics chairperson and one of several dual-credit teachers there.
“The class is taught by a high school teacher during the regular school day,” he said.
The program is in partnership with Campbellsville College. He teaches precalculus, which counts as college algebra and trigonometry credit.
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