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CollEDGE Up programs starting at Platteville High School. 

Students at Platteville High School will have two new opportunities for career readiness available to them through a course collaboration with Southwest Wisconsin Technical College and CESA 3. The programs that will be offered are the One and Done Laboratory Science and CNC Machine Operator/Programmer, taught in-house at Platteville High School.

These programs are available for senior level students beginning at the start of next school year and upon completion, they will earn a technical diploma in addition to their high school diploma.

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