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Jan Reed
Jan Reed

Piedmont Virginia Community College will host an information session for home schooled students and their parents from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 27, in Room M229 (Auditorium) in the Main Building on the PVCC main campus at 501 College Drive in Charlottesville.
During the free information session, a panel of current students who were homeschooled and PVCC faculty will discuss their experiences with PVCC and answer questions. In addition, the program will include information about taking classes while completing a homeschool curriculum, or after home schooling.

Other topics to be covered are enrolling in classes, placement testing, transfer information and the College4Kids Summer Career Academies at PVCC.
For more information, please email Jan Reed jreed@pvcc.edu or call 434.961.5263.

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