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BI seniors honored for achievements
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Eight members of Bradwell Institute’s class of 2010 received the “High Schools that Work Award of Educational Achievement.”
High school seniors who complete a college-preparatory course and demonstrate readiness for employment and college are eligible for the award from the Southern Regional Education Board.
This year’s award recipients are Candace Martin, Charlien Pierre, Lateze Platt, Erika Holmes, Shala Mapp, Caleb Suppa, Natalie Sharpe and Christopher Smythe.
“These students are to be commended for their efforts,” HSTW Coordinator Dr. Lisa Eason said. “They have taken challenging courses in high school and scored high on rigorous exams and, by doing so, they have increased the likelihood of success in the workplace and further education.”
The college-prep program requires students to focus on at least two of three subjects: English/language arts, mathematics or science. They must also complete a concentration in a career/technical area, mathematics/science or the humanities. Readiness goals must be met in all three subject areas of the HSTW assessment.

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