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Schools support student success; so should students

As the cost of attending college after graduation from high school becomes more expensive, students need to consider what they can do to prepare for the future.

We’ve often mentioned the advantages available close to home. Barton Community College remains a more affordable option for graduates planning to earn a four-year degree and also for those seeking career certificates. On top of that, there are options for earning college credit while still in high school, and Barton offers scholarships that include a tuition discount for local students. Now the college has added even more scholarships for graduates who maintain ...


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