North Carolina A&T Charter High School Posts 100 Percent Graduation Rate for 2012
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The class of 2012 of The Middle College at North Carolina A&T has made history. This class is the first in the school’s 8-year history to graduate 100 percent of the senior class.
For the first time in the school’s history, the entire graduating class has been accepted to a 4-year college or university. Graduates have earned more than $1 million in scholarships and grants, earned service learning diplomas and been named North Carolina Academic Scholars.
Principal Eric Hines credits the success of the class to the leadership of the Guilford County Schools and N.C. A&T.
“We wish to thank Chancellor (Harold L.) Martin and Superintendent Maurice Green for being visionaries and supporting a high school on a university campus. Thanks to Dr. Terry Worrell, Superintendent for the Central Region and her staff along with Dr. William Harvey and the School of Education staff,” Hines said.
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