SOUTH WHITLEY — “Big enough to deliver, small enough to care.” — That is the mantra for Whitko Community School Corporation.
But it is now exemplified, more than ever, through an academic opportunity offered at Whitko High School.
Dual-credit classes are becoming increasingly common in Whitley County high schools. The opportunity to take college-level classes, while attending high school is attractive to many students.
The incentive to earn college credit cuts students’ time in post-secondary education as well as save money.
“With the dual-credit offerings available at Whitko, at the end of four years, our freshmen students can graduate high school and start college as a sophomore,” said WHS Principal David Parker. “The advantage for the student is two-fold. They kill two birds with one stone — earning both high school and college credit. Because of our relationship with Ivy Tech, our students can take dual-credit courses for free.”
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