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 width=The Clinton Community Education Foundation (CCEF) is giving students at Clinton High School the opportunity to earn college credits without having to leave the CHS campus. According to Eileen Carter, with the CCEF, says they have partnered with Richland Community College for this opportunity.

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There will be five courses offered in the first year and Carter indicates the popularity of each course varies. She indicates it is the CCEF's hope and the hope of school administrators to expand the offerings in the future as the popularity grows.

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Carter indicates the program is a win/win. Because the CCEF is covering the cost and making it free of charge for students it is a great opportunity.

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To learn more about the CCEF, check out their website at www.clintonedfoundation.org.

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