Whale Branch Early College High School students Sheterika Williams, Fredricka Alston and Kimberley Elliot work on a project during their Early Childhood education class Friday morning.  Whale Branch is celebrating some early successes in terms of the number of students simultaneously enrolled in college and high school courses. About 80 students are currently taking college classes.
Whale Branch Early College High School students Sheterika Williams, Fredricka Alston and Kimberley Elliot work on a project during their Early Childhood education class Friday morning. Whale Branch is celebrating some early successes in terms of the number of students simultaneously enrolled in college and high school courses. About 80 students are currently taking college classes. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette
Whale Branch Early College High School students Sheterika Williams, Fredricka Alston and Kimberley Elliot work on a project during their Early Childhood education class Friday morning. Whale Branch is celebrating some early successes in terms of the number of students simultaneously enrolled in college and high school courses. About 80 students are currently taking college classes. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette

Whale Branch High School shows early signs of success

September 23, 2011 06:21 PM

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