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The Clarkson School

goingthedistancegoingthedistance Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
Hey guys! I got a letter from The Clarkson School earlier this month. The letter says how the college allows high school students to "go to college early". I'm assuming you go to the college during your senior year of high school since their website says you have to get your diploma by taking additional classes in the Clarkson School. The letter also says how students who complete the first year course can stay in the school or transfer to "highly regarded academic institutions". It's a $50 application fee and two teacher recommendations, secondary school transcripts, SAT/ACT and PSAT/PLAN grades are required? and secondary school report froms are required to apply to the Clarkson School. So, what do you guys think, does it sound worth it? So what do you guys think? Does it sound worth it?
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