When I reached high school, I continued Spanish, in addition to all of my “B” track courses. When I reached the 11th grade I opted into taking a few dual enrollment courses, like Sociology and Psychology. My parents told me I could handle it and I did. I thought these were very interesting, plus the teacher was funny and focused on building rapport with his students. I eventually graduated high school in 1995, a slightly above average student, with a few college credits and ready to embark on my college career, because that is what was expected from every student at my high school.
Education does not stop at the school house doors. Everyone can make a difference!
Dr. Jason Ampel