By Jean A. Flanagan
Students in the East Hardy High School Machine Tool Technology Program will have the opportunity to get college credits towards an associates degree at Potomac State College of West Virginia University while still in high school, thanks to an agreement signed on Monday, Nov. 17 at the Hardy County Board of Education meeting.
“We have been working on this over the last year,” Hardy County School Superintendent Barbara Whitecotton said.
“You’re the first school to do this,” Leonard Colelli, Ph.D said.
Colelli, campus president and Edem Tetteh, Ph.D., dean of academic affairs, were on hand to sign the agreement and explain the program.