Bridge Year Pilot Program allows New Jersey high school students to stay behind an extra year

The Bridge Year Pilot Program is allowing New Jersey high school students to have the chance to stay behind an extra year to help make up what they missed while schools were shut down.

News 12 Staff

Jan 27, 2021, 1:19 PM

Updated 1,232 days ago

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The Bridge Year Pilot Program is allowing New Jersey high school students to have the chance to stay behind an extra year to help make up what they missed while schools were shut down.
The program gives upcoming juniors or seniors the chance to defer graduation to attend classes at their high schools, participate in extracurricular activities and play sports that were canceled.
Eligible students need to notify their school's Bridge Year Liaison by Feb. 15 of their senior year.


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