Board agrees to allow North Hills students to take International Baccalaureate online courses

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The North Hills school board Thursday approved an agreement that will allow students to take International Baccalaureate courses online.

The agreement with Adrian Public Schools, Adrian, Mich., allows North Hills students to take International Baccalaureate Open World Schools courses online, beginning with the 2014-15 school year.

North Hills will pay $1,300 per student per course per year. There is no charge if no students sign up for IB courses.

The agreement must be renewed annually. It was approved 8-0 with Jeffrey Meyer absent.


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