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Central Washington University to offer free classes for high-school students in Sammamish

Seattle Times Wednesday, 11 October 2017 ()
Central Washington University to offer free classes for high-school students in SammamishCentral Washington University has started offering a new path for high- school students to earn college credit tuition-free at a location run jointly with the city of Sammamish.
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