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Jewish High School of CT hooks up with Yale

WOODBRIDGE – The Jewish High School of Connecticut (JHSC) will introduce a program this fall that allows students at the Woodbridge school to take courses at Yale University in New Haven, it was announced this week by JHSC principal Rabbi Yonatan Yussman.

The program is slated to begin in the 2013-2014 academic year and will give qualified JHSC juniors and seniors an opportunity to earn credits at Yale which may then be transferred to the college of their choice after high school graduation.

“Yale University’s superb educational offerings will enable our students to broaden their course options and challenge themselves intellectually,” said Yussman in making the announcement. “This is an incredible opportunity for our students to expand their world and explore new ideas.”

The JHSC is housed in the building of the Greater New Haven Jewish Community Center.

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