All 12th-graders at LEAP Academy University Charter School in Camden aim to finish in three years and save on tuition costs
The Wall Street Journal
Leslie Brody June 8, 2017 5:30 a.m. ET
A charter high school in Camden, N.J., has an unusual plan for the coming school year: All 12th-graders will take only college courses.
Officials at LEAP Academy University Charter School say the goal is to position students to finish college in three years and save tuition costs for families. The plan raises questions, however, about potential pitfalls for teenagers who might not be academically ready. Read More