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September 20, 2017

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CCSD high schoolers granted new options for college-course credit

Clark County high school students can earn high school and college credit for 13 additional College of Southern Nevada courses.

The School Board unanimously approved the new courses — in Chinese and Filipino languages, computer science and education — on Thursday.

College of Southern Nevada, Nevada State College and UNLV offer hundreds of core and elective courses for dual credit to high-achieving high school students taking college classes.

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