Before officially graduating from high school, Jordyn Rollins-Williams had earned an associate degree and STEM at Work Career Studies Certificate through Rappahannock Community College (RCC).
As a student in the Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School, Rollins-Williams was taking classes and earning college credits so she decided to take a few extra classes to complete a degree.
It wasn’t always easy, however, and she admits having some trouble balancing her time. “Between my high school classes, work, extracurricular activities and the extra classes I was taking at RCC, my schedule was full,” said Rollins-Williams. “It was easier once I got a little bit more organized and used to the schedule.”
“Hutt Williams (RCC’s coordinator of dual enrollment) was always there when I needed….
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