Dual-credit partnership

Dual-credit partnership

Saint Joseph High School, Hammonton, and Seton Hall University signed a dual-credit partnership on Sept. 25. An initiative of Saint Joseph’s Pathway to College Program, students are able to earn college credits while still in high school. The partnership with Seton Hall will potentially save Saint Joseph High School students thousands of dollars in college tuition and place them on an advanced track entering college. Above, Father Allain B. Caparas, president/principal of Saint Joseph High School, signs a partnership agreement with Francesca Phillippy, assistant director of Project Acceleration at Seton Hall University.

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