NPHS P-Tech students gather together before their CCRI graduation. Top row: Nicolas Camacho, Alanis Garcia, Denzel Allotey, Farah Awad. Bottom row: Yassin Joof, Jalen Tomlinson, Zoe Sekasula, Christian Hazard, Julianna Rodrigues.

NORTH PROVIDENCE – Nine students at North Providence High School have graduated from Community College of Rhode Island with an associate degree.

As of May 18, Denzel Allotey, Farah Awad, Nicolas Camacho, Alanis Garcia, Christian Hazard, Yassin Joof, Julianna Rodrigues, Zoe Sekasula and Jalen Tomlinson are now alumni of NPHS’s P-Tech Health Science Career and Technical Education program.

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Good for them. There may be hope for RI after all

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