Ribbon Cut For “Milestone” Dual Enrollment High School In Harlingen

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Two years after breaking ground, officials have cut the ribbon for a specialized dual enrollment school created through a unique partnership among UTRGV, the Harlingen CISD, and the city of Harlingen. 

The $14 million Harlingen Collegiate High School was built on land donated by the city, while the school district and the university agreed to each pay half the cost of construction.

The school houses 64,000 square feet of classrooms and teaching labs geared to students specializing in career tracks for computer science, education, and engineering. Students can earn up to 60 hours of college credit.

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