This Louisiana high school encourages students to use college-level courses to cut down on college costs

8:00 AM ET Sat, 30 Nov 2019

The College Level Examination Program, or CLEP, can allow high school students to take courses for college credit. Students can shave a semester or two off of their undergraduate career by passing these classes, which could lead to them graduating with less debt. Thomas Jefferson High School in Gretna, La., has implemented CLEP courses in its curriculum.