Career academy courses considered at Banner County schools


Banner County students may soon have the chance to earn dual credits or even graduate as a certified welder or certified nursing assistant.

Banner County Principal Charles Jones reported to the Board of Education on Monday, Oct. 10, that the district is just a few classes away from providing career academy opportunities for students.

“We have some stuff here that we offer that we are one class away from having what they would consider having a career academy of our own,” he said. “We have four of them right now that they would consider career clusters and then we have another four or...

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