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CWI's partnership with the state to support Spanish speaking students will be showcased during a national webinar on Nov. 13.
Jason Carignan is the first student at Idaho City High School to graduate with an associate degree through CWI’s Dual Credit program.
Two hours into her shift at a salsa factory in Mexico, Sarahi Cardoza sat watching the empty glass jars rattle their way to her filling station — when the machine malfunctioned and exploded.
“They (co-workers) thought I died since all of the salsa just hit me and it...
Remington Grunewald will graduate from College of Western Idaho (CWI) on May 13, 2017. Grunewald, who began his college career as a dual credit student, discovered an unexpected interest after enrolling in a required communication course leading him to one of the best decisions he has ever made.
CWI recently helped 34 students from Caldwell High School collectively earn 464 credits through College-Level Examination Program testing.
Katie Kelly is leaps and bounds ahead of her peers thanks to CWI’s Dual Credit program.
CWI was highlighted by College Board, which is the not-for-profit organization that oversees the CLEP.
Thanks to collaboration, more than 50 Caldwell High School students got a jump start on their college education.
Students from Thomas Jefferson Charter School are in the second round of a nation-wide competition thanks to a CWI Dual Credit class project.
The students from Vallivue earned 760 college credits that can be applied to CWI or any other college or university that recognizes CLEP.
The CWI Dual Credit office will host its second annual Meet the College Night on March 17 from 5-8 p.m.
CWI will host the inaugural event on Feb. 11, welcoming high-achieving Treasure Valley high school students to the CWI campus.
This spring, six seniors and one junior at Vision Charter School in Caldwell will receive nine associates degrees from CWI.
The number of high school students earning college credits at CWI continues to rise, including incredible growth at partnering alternative schools.
A pair of instructors connected to CWI’s Dual Credit program recently helped bring a regional education competition to Nampa.
CWI Testing and Assessment is proud to announce it is now offering College Level Examination Program services.
CWI Dual Credit has launched a new initiative, which has helped Spanish speaking students from local alternative high schools acquire 272 college credits.
MEDIA ADVISORY – A partnership between College of Western Idaho (CWI) and Canyon Springs High School (CSHS), a local alternative school, has successfully helped increase the number of CSHS students earning college credit from zero...
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