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Last updated 6/19/2019 at 9:57am

Celebrating their success at the graduation ceremony Big Bend Community College's Wallenstein Theater last Wednesday evening are Tristan Daniels, Ciara Nault, and Mikala Feeley.  Not pictured but equally successful:  Michael Day. - Submitted photo

Four area students met the requirements to earn a high school (HS21+) diploma through Big Bend Community College during the 2018-19 academic year. Among more than one hundred graduates of the HS21program this spring are local students Michael Day, Tristan Daniels, Mikala Feeley, and Ciara Nault.

These four adults entered the program eager to take the next step in their lives and needing to complete between just 1 and 7 credits for their diplomas. Some students in the Big Bend Community College service area of Grant and Adams counties began with far fewer high school credits on their transcripts and were able to build a portfolio of evidence that fulfilled the requirements and allowed them to graduate this spring. The portfolio of evidence is comprised of prior learning courses, community service, occupational experience, high school transcripts, current appraisals, special projects, and coursework.

For information on how to take the steps toward completing the requirements for a high school diploma through Big Bend Community College, please contact Linda Black at or 509-633-3611.


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