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Last updated on Thursday, September 1, 2011
(UNDATED) - A group of ambitious high school students who are earning their high school diplomas in just three years have signed up for a new state scholarship.
Claudia Braman, Executive Director of the State Student Assistance Commission of Indiana, says the 'c' will provide up to $4,000 to offset college tuition. Governor Daniels pitched the idea for the scholarship last year to reward those students who finish up high school early.
A formal application is not yet available, but interested students can email email@example.com. Officials at the State Student Assistance Commission and the Department of Education will determine whether interested students are eligible.
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