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Dual-Enrollment Students Take Stringent Step Toward College Credit


SUN Area's Justin C. Wise, Mount Pleasant Mills, gets a hand from instructor Roy H. Klinger during disassembly/reassembly of an automobile doorWearing the Clearfield County CTC logo, Morgan T. Reader, of Houtzdale, assembles a fenderNick J. Kline, a SUN Area student from Middleburg, completes the metalworking portion of the testingHigh school students in the Penn College NOW program, which allows them to earn college credits in a number of curricular areas, underwent final testing in collision repair Wednesday. The students, from Clearfield County Career and Technology Center and SUN Area Technical Institute, are enrolled in the Introduction to Non-Structural Collision Repair course. Instructor Roy H. Klinger, faculty liaison to the dual-enrollment program in collision repair, gauged the students’ proficiency as they rotated among five demanding assessment stations in College Avenue Labs.

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