Senioritis is said to sap the energy, dull the mind, and waste the time of high school students. But some teens have found a cure for the blahs: "Dual" or "concurrent" college classes let them earn high school and college credits for the same course, U.S. News reports. Some students go to a college campus, usually a local community college, while others study at their own high schools. Nationwide, more than a million high school students are taking at least one college class, it's believed. Unlike Advanced Placement courses, which are geared to high achievers, dual enrollment is usually open...

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