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Portage Adult High School
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PORTAGE | Registration for the spring term of the Portage Adult High School credit program will begin at 9 a.m. March 9 at the Portage Adult Education Center, 5391 Central Ave.
PORTAGE | Students, staff and community members came out Wednesday to support Neighbors' Educational Opportunities effort to open a charter high school.
PORTAGE | Neighbors Educational Opportunities Inc. will begin offering a secondary credit program Sept. 12.
PORTAGE | The Portage Township Schools board this week approved leasing the Portage Adult Education building to a newly formed charter school group.
PORTAGE | Portage Township Schools will no longer be a provider of adult education services.
PORTAGE | While no group has stepped forward in the past 10 days to volunteer to take over sponsorship of the Portage Adult Education program, at least one official is sure the program will continue in some form.
Our children will soon be going back to school. Because of all the "news" about adult education, many might not know that Portage Adult High School is open and starting classes for those needing to complete a high school diploma.
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