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    Centre College - Danville Kentucky

     Centre College Danville, Kentucky
    1200 Undergraduates

    • In addition to being featured in Loren Pope’s book Colleges That Change Lives and performing extremely well on the National Survey of Student Engagement, Centre College is #42 on US News’ list of the top National Liberal Arts Colleges and #34 on Forbes’ list.
    • The Centre Commitment is a three part promise we make to our students guaranteeing an internship, study abroad, and graduation in four years or we provide up to an additional year of study tuition-free.
    • 85% of Centre students will study abroad at least once, which is the second highest percentage of students studying abroad in the country. We support this experience with strong global themes in the classroom, and find that a number of our student live and work abroad after graduation as well.
    • Centre’s Norton Center for the Arts is regarded as the nation’s finest arts facility at a college this size, and regular-season series shows are free to students. Recent acts include the Vienna Philharmonic, Blue Man Group, Rent, Ben Folds, and Stomp. Centre has a very strong music and theater department.
    • We also offer performing arts scholarships, and the Norton Center for the Arts offers some really great productions for free to students, which is usually especially exciting for the musically inclined students.
    Centre College - Danville Kentucky

Choosing Classes? Choices you make now may affect the rest of your high school courses.

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Excerpts from an article by Rachael Scarborough King (Making It Count)

Don’t let yourself get halfway through with high school and realize you need to make yourself presentable to colleges. Classes and grades count from day one.  The class choices you make your freshman and sophomore years will affect the courses that are available for your last 2 years of high school.  In many public school systems across the country, it is a sad fact that there are simply not enough guidance counselors to allow the time to distribute unsolicited information.  So, make sure you understand your class choices, so that you won’t regret your course decisions later.

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