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Rapid City Schools Could Offer Dual Enrollment With BHSU
Rapid City Schools Could Offer Dual Enrollment With BHSU
BHKN Chelsea Gortmaker
June 11, 2015

Rapid City Area Schools May Partner With BHSU

During a Rapid City School Board’s study session, board members and Black Hills State University leaders discussed the possibility of a partnership between the two bodies, reports the Rapid City Journal.

Topics of discussion included the possibility of offering dual enrollment classes, and Tom Jackson Jr., president of BHSU, hopes to help more students earn college degrees with this relationship.

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