Withrow University High School seniors Kendall White, Mariah Tillman, Nancy Giron and Akesa M-Ariba are taking college-credit courses for free right in their high school classrooms to get a head start on four-year degrees. -- Bob Driehaus
High school students from throughout Northern Kentucky posed with Northern Kentucky University President Geoffrey Mearns, third row, after NKU announced an expanded program of offering college credits to high school students. -- Bob Driehaus
Laura Butler, a Scott High School senior, and Alex Smith, a Grant County High School senior, are taking advantage of discounted college credit courses through Northern Kentucky University. -- Bob Driehaus
Earning college credits while in high school, which save parents thousands of dollars, is expanding across the Tri-State. It's a boon for high achievers looking to get a leg up on college but might not be right for every student, some experts say.
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