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Free Classes for High School Students at Randolph Community College

ASHEBORO (February 23, 2011)

Rising high school juniors and seniors in the Randolph County and Asheboro City school systems have the opportunity to register for classes to earn free college credits through the Huskins Program at Randolph Community College. Registration for 2011-2012 fall and spring semester classes at RCC is currently open at both school systems through early March. These classes are tuition free and books are purchased by the school systems. The classes are held on the RCC Asheboro Campus; students must provide their own transportation.

Students are able to earn a full certificate in three programs--Automotive Systems Technology, Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology (formerly Autobody Repair), and Office Administration--while still in high school. Classes are also available in the following vocational/technical programs: Accounting, Advertising & Graphic Design, Computer-Integrated Machining, Criminal Justice Technology, Early Childhood Education, Electrical/Electronics Technology, Interior Design, Office Administration, Medical Office Administration, and Networking Technology.

Students must register now at their high schools. Contact the high school counselor for an RCC application and release form. For more information, contact Joyce Reeder, RCC coordinator of cooperative programs and advisory committee liaison, at 336-625-6085 or jhreeder@randolph.edu.