Early graduation could benefit both players and colleges
As a result, a number of high school players understand that they have an opportunity to make a major impact for their college team and embark upon an accelerated path to graduate from high school early in order to enroll in college. Usually, this means the prospects take summer school courses to graduate early. And while colleges don't encourage or coax the practice, once the player decides to graduate a year early, it is generally supported.
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