The dual credit program at the College of Southern Idaho for high school students is gaining popularity every year.  According to the Times News, this year more than 1500 high school students are enrolled in the dual-credit classes.


The dual-credit program is designed to allow high school student take both high school classes and college classes at the same time.  There are 54 schools around the state with students enrolled in the dual-credit program at CSI, most of which are in the Twin Falls School District.  CSI officials say the dual credit program continues to grow.

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