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Nashoba Tech sending students to college through dual enrollment

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WESTFORD — The number of Nashoba Valley Technical High School students taking advantage of the school’s dual enrollment program has swelled to 13 for the winter/spring semester.

Dual enrollment is a state-funded program through which qualified high school juniors and seniors can attend local state colleges full-time, rather than attending high school, earning valuable credits toward college degrees.

Participating in the dual enrollment program this semester are Nashoba Tech seniors Jennifer Antonetti, electronics/robotics, Chelmsford; Jessica Cahill, culinary arts, Townsend; Carissa DelToro, graphic arts, Shirley; Rachel Gagn, carpentry, Townsend; Michael Jette, electronics/robotics, Lowell; Zachary Nuccio, electrical technology, Groton; Teri Reardon, painting and decorating, Chelmsford; Madisyn Reppucci, banking/marketing/retail, Pepperell; and Sarah Robblee, banking/marketing/retail, Chelmsford; and juniors Cherisse Carlo, medical occupations, Westford; Jared Drake, machine tool technology, Chelmsford; Lauren Lamphier, medical occupations, Pepperell; and Anna Ott, medical occupations, Chelmsford.