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Southpointe High School helps adults better themselves

Published October 12, 2013 1:01 am
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I am enrolled in a program for adults called Southpointe High School. It's a program where adults go to obtain a high school diploma or their GEDs. I think this program is great. It gives adults a chance to better themselves. The staff is very helpful.

This program offers classes, packets and online work. The classes offered are one night a week for nine to ten weeks. The teachers are also very helpful. If you miss a class, they will give you your missing work. Everyone who works here is very professional, and when you have questions they will answer them as well as they can and send you on your way. The fee to register is $50, and in my opinion is well worth it, especially with all the help the students will get if needed. I recommend this program.

Fallon Christensen

West Jordan




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