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Indiana Academy junior Ella Robinson (left) and sophomore Ayesha Khan (right) attend s duel credit class Nov. 17 at the Indiana Academy. Robinson says that duel credit classes offered from Ball State make her secondary education dreams more achievable. Olivia Ground, DN
DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM

Ball State’s dual credit program: Unlocking high school success with college opportunities

Imagine you could complete 30 hours of college credit before ever even graduating high school. To some, it might seem like an unimaginable concept on top of the workload they already have to satisfy their current academic requirements. To others, it’s a chance to possibly graduate from college early and either get a headstart on their careers or embark on a higher education.


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