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Helping students catch up

Foothills helps students who might otherwise be left behind

Posted: Wednesday, April 17, 2019 12:00 am

Andrew Aviles
Andrew Aviles works on an assignment at Foothills Walton on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Aviles started attending Foothills in January, coming over from a homeschool setting. Benjamin Tankersley | Special to The Tribune

MONROE, Ga. — Two years ago, Foothills Charter School’s Walton campus opened its doors in Monroe Area High School to give students an alternate option to earn their high school diploma from a fully accredited program.

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