A junior at Preble High School in Green Bay, Drew Anderson-Braun is blazing his own education path. He is taking college classes while still in high school enabling him to earn an associate’s degree at the end of his senior year.“I was extremely excited to get a head start on my future, by graduating college quicker and with fewer student loans,” he said.Anderson-Braun is one of 126 students participating in Rising Phoenix, which provides students access to earning early college credit. A cohort of students launched Rising Phoenix in the fall of 2020. Students are enrolled concurrently in their high school and at any of UW-Green Bay’s campus locations or online during their junior and senior years. Courses are selected to meet Wisconsin high school graduation requirements and the UW-Green Bay Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS) degree requirements.
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