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  • Kestrel Heights students rally in support of school in January

    Students at Kestrel Heights High School, a Durham charter school, rally in support of the school Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, the day before the State Board of Education started discussing whether to shut down Kestrel after it was determined that dozens of students over the past three years received high school diplomas they did not earn. The closing of the school was announced March 2.

Students at Kestrel Heights High School, a Durham charter school, rally in support of the school Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, the day before the State Board of Education started discussing whether to shut down Kestrel after it was determined that dozens of students over the past three years received high school diplomas they did not earn. The closing of the school was announced March 2. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Students at Kestrel Heights High School, a Durham charter school, rally in support of the school Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, the day before the State Board of Education started discussing whether to shut down Kestrel after it was determined that dozens of students over the past three years received high school diplomas they did not earn. The closing of the school was announced March 2. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

State Board of Education votes to close Durham’s Kestrel Heights High School

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