As the school year has reached the half-way point administration is expressing their pride in those students who are taking advantage of every opportunity presented before them.
Caldwell County Superintendent Nate Huggins says that the high school currently has 117 students enrolled in dual credit classes.
He adds that the school is able to offer 22 dual credit classes in several different courses of study including mathematics, English, history, science, arts and humanities, agriculture related studies, nursing, and trades studies such as welding and blueprint reading.
Huggins notes several students enrolled in college courses are also taking advantage of the recently renovated Regional Career Center.
He states that aside from the dual credit classes the high school also offers over 18 enhanced learning opportunities to all students.
The high school has even more opportunities available for students to be prepared for the future through transition readiness programs such as multiple chances to take the ACT and regular ACT preparedness classes, college coach programs, Ag industry certifications, and more.