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Education
9:14 am
Fri August 16, 2013

Simpson County Groups Combine Resources for New Dual-Credit Scholarship Fund

A group of Franklin-Simpson High School students got a welcome surprise Friday morning.

Those students are taking dual-credit classes at the Southcentral Kentucky Community and Techical College campus in Franklin and were on campus Friday for their fall semester orientation. They also learned that they won't have to pay any tuition for the upcoming academic year.

Those tuition costs are being covered by the Simpson County On-Track Scholarship Fund.

SKYCTC Franklin-Simpson Center Director James McCaslin says the scholarship program is a combined effort of five groups.

"They've each contributed a certain amount of money for this particular year, but our anticipation is that once we show the results of it, that this time next year they'll be willing to put up another set amount of money," said McCaslin.

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