Middle College gives students a jump on higher ed
Thursday, January 11, 2018
Robert Hunter started two years ago as the chief executive officer for Middle College High School, a charter school in Gallup.
As a resident of the area for over two decades, he was shocked to see the demographics of the high school were not reflective of the community.
“This was a huge concern of mine,” Hunter said. “When I looked at our school, ethnically, our Native enrollment was the third largest enrollment. I thought, ‘That can’t be right. Our community doesn’t look like this.’”
Category: Higher Education