30 students graduate from Three Rivers Middle College High School
Norwich — Three Rivers Middle College High School celebrated its fifth graduation ceremony Tuesday, awarding diplomas to 30 students from 10 towns in the region.
The two-year middle college for 11th- and 12th-graders offers classes in specific degree tracks, preparing students for college studies in fields that include early childhood education, engineering technology, business, criminal justice and hotel and hospitality. Students also can take college classes at Three Rivers Community College and earn credits transferable to other colleges in the region.
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