Wilton High Students Can Earn Norwalk Community College Credits

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Wilton High School students could be eligible to get college credits for free at Norwalk Community College, according to a report from the Wilton Bulletin. Photo Credit: File Photo

WILTON, Conn. -- Wilton High School students could be eligible to earn college credits for free at Norwalk Community College, according to a report from the Wilton Bulletin. 

The High School Partnership Program with Wilton High School allows students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and a recommendation from administrators to take NCC’s courses for free, according to the report. The program is exclusively for juniors and seniors, and students are limited to two courses per semester.

Although the program has existed since the 1980s, Wilton High School officials said few students have participated in it. 

Read the full story here at the Wilton Bulletin. 

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