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Board Recognizes Early College Academy Grads
Kansas City Public Schools honored the 39 Class of 2016 graduates of the Early College Academy (ECA) program during a School Board meeting Wednesday night, April 27 at the Board of Education building:
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The graduates also took a few minutes at the School Board meeting to remember their dear friend and ECA classmate, Daizsa Bausby. Ms. Bausby passed away earlier this school year.
The ECA is a partnership between KCPS and Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley. Qualified and highly motivated high school juniors and seniors attend college full time on the Penn Valley campus, earning both their high school diploma and Associate's degree. While in the ECA, students get the complete college experience, taking all their classes with other college students, participating in college activities and clubs, and even working on campus. Learn more at www.kcpublicschools.org/ECA.