Hartford’s Students ‘Plan for Excellence’ to Get to College

(February 12th, 2016) — (Republished from Fox 61) Hartford is helping its students get to college with an initiative called "plan for excellence."
Superintendent of Hartford Public Schools Dr. Beth Shiavino-Narvaez stopped by FOX 61's Good Day Connecticut to talk about the program.
There are 20 magnet schools in the Hartford region that families residing both in and out of Hartford can access free of charge. That also includes free transportation from Kindergarten to Grade 12.
There is a wide variety of theme based schools ranging from STEM to Journalism & Media to Performing Arts.
Students from more than 40 towns attend Hartford schools for its educational opportunities.
Learn more here and apply online before the February 29 deadline.

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