Students in Ceil Jensen's "WebMaster School" class at Adams High School in Rochester Hills, Mich., may have an edge on their classmates come graduation. The students are using their creativity to design and build web pages for local businesses on a per-fee basis.

Now in its third year, "WebMaster School" began as a school-to-work project with a grant from North Oakland County. Jensen, a fine arts and history teacher, came up with the project as a way for creative, visual students to learn technology.

Students work in teams of four,...

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