BALTIMORE - Baltimore City Public Schools is hosting the "Great Kids Come Back" Fair. The Fair provides students who are behind on credits or who have dropped out and are under 21 to drop in to find out about alternative options that will fit their needs.
Students will be able to register on the spot.
"Great Kids Come Back" is an annual event. It is one of many strategies to raise graduation rates and lower dropout rates in Baltimore City.
The event kicks off on Friday from 9am to 4pm and runs through Saturday from 9am to noon. The event takes place at the Dr. Alice G. Pinderhughes Administration Building at 200 East North Avenue in Baltimore.
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