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While her academic standing has her at the top of her class, she willingly and without regret relinquished the opportunity to hold the title in order to pursue an even greater opportunity for her future. The Washington State Community College (WSCC) Student of the Month instead opted to get a jumpstart on college through the College Credit Plus (CCP) program. WSCC Student Prioritizes Future Over Status February 9, 2021 READ MORE Sarah Schartiger is a Nurse Practitioner with Coplin Health Systems who has worked hard to achieve her dream of becoming a nurse. Her college journey began while still in high school at Fort Frye when Schartiger took college courses through the early college program (now called College Credit Plus). 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