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From left, TrekNorth Junior and Senior High School 10th-grader Emily Quanrud, 11th-grader Rachel Lash and 12th-grader Amber Armstrong study together during their Advanced Placement Language and Composition class on Monday. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

TrekNorth AP classes place high priority on college readiness

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Dan McKeon, director of TrekNorth Junior and Senior High School, wants every student at TrekNorth to go to college, or at least have that option.

In order to make this goal a reality, McKeon and TrekNorth's Board of School Administrators have designed a curriculum of Advanced Placement classes and have in place a requirement that all students be eligible for post-secondary higher education before they receive a high school diploma.

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