ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (AP) -- A partnership between Hardin County Schools, Western Kentucky University, Central Kentucky Community Foundation, and Elizabethtown Community & Technical College, will lead to an Early College and Career Center in Elizabethtown.
A statement from Hardin County Schools says the Board of Education voted Thursday to accept land that will be used for the center.
The district says the center, which will be adjacent to the community college, will play a multitude of roles, including allowing high school students to take courses in career pathways such as health science, engineering, manufacturing, automotive technology, and culinary arts.
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