26 Former At-Risk High School Students Receive Diplomas Via Camden County College Program

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BLACKWOOD, N.J. -

Camden County College is giving students who never finished high school a second chance at earning their degree.

Camden County College's Transition to College Program recognized 26 former at-risk high school students, on Wednesday, June 13th, from six partner high schools at a completion ceremony.

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The program, now in its sixth year, has a 92-percent graduation rate and gives individuals a second opportunity to further their education and improve their futures.

Officials say the program demonstrates the county's commitment to educational opportunities and gives students a unique chance to get back on track.

Students in the program received their high school diplomas and gained a head start on college credits so they can continue their education.

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