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Are there any classes in high school, within the Lawrence public school system, that earn college credit?

Students taking these courses are eligible for dual/articulated credit with Johnson County Community College: Natural Resources and Wildlife Management; Agriscience; Introduction to Drafting and Architecture; AutoCAD; Computer Applications I and II; Interior Design; Business Law I and II; Welding; Marketing I and II; Marketing On-the-Job Training; and Automotive I, II and III, said Patrick Kelly, the district’s career and technical education specialist. Certain requirements apply. Visit for more information. In addition, Lawrence high schools offer Advanced Placement courses in Studio Art: Drawing, 2D Design and 3D Design; Music Theory; Latin; Calculus; Biology; Chemistry; Physics; English Literature and Composition; European History; U.S. History; and Government and Politics, Kelly said. Students taking Advanced Placement courses and achieving qualifying AP examination scores earn college credit.


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