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(Atlanta Journal Constitution) — Kris Adcock of Moreland was an “A” student at Newnan High School, uncertain about a career. He didn’t think playing French horn in the marching band was the answer, either. Attending two schools simultaneously, Adcock dropped out of Newnan’s marching band to take electives in pre-engineering and robotics at Georgia’s first charter school career academy, the Central Education Center of Coweta County. This is where hundreds of charter students, bound for college or the workforce, are groomed for jobs in everything from cosmetology to aviation.

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