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high school

Mentorship
A mentorship is intended for students who want to learn a new skill, develop an interest, or explore a career field under the supervision of a professional in the community. Juniors and seniors are eligible to participate. A mentorship requires students to be mature and responsibile. It is an honors level course which requires the student to commit to a minimum of 60 hours working with a mentor, usually outside of the school day. Students must provide transporation to and from the mentorship site. The mentorship provides a challenge beyond the traditional high school curriculum. All mentorships will be handled on an individual basis and are coordinated by Mrs. Cobb, the Gifted Services Specialist.
 
 
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