Juniors and seniors at Celina High School will have an option this fall to enroll in a class that will also give them credit hours for college as well as boost them toward high school graduation. Above, a Spanish class watches the movie "Don Quixote," but the language of choice for the new program is German.
An opportunity for some Celina students to make the grade at two different schools is on the horizon at the high school.
It's a new program called dual enrollment to be offered in collaboration with Wright State University-Lake Campus this fall. [More