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Moffat County High School principal presented the idea of adding honors and advanced placement classes, which would mean weighted grades, to the Board of Education during their public hearing Thursday. The classes would give students an opportunity to engage in more rigorous curriculum, and in some instances, to earn college credits.

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Discussion on weighted classes brought before Board of Education

Although only a discussion at this point, Moffat County High School administration is looking into adding honors and advanced placement, AP classes, on a weighted grading scale.

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