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The Georgia Student Finance Commission collaborated with 49 Georgia colleges to waive application fees in March. This removed barriers for Midtown students who were previously unable to apply to certain colleges.
Georgia Colleges waive application fees, remove barriers
Brennan FrittsApril 15, 2024

The Georgia Student Finance Commission partnered with nearly 50 colleges throughout Georgia to waive their application fees during March. Midtown...

Grace Franetovich, senior

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Senior Grace Franetovich does ballet and dances following the Royal Academy of Dance syllabus at Dance Foundry. She has been a ballet dancer for 14 years and feels that ballet has taught her great life lessons that have helped her to grow.

“Ballet has taught me the value of discipline and helped me to learn how to manage my time so that I can balance having a social life, school, and dance,” Franetovich said. “Dance has taught me that I need to work hard to grow and I have been able to use this lesson with everything else that I do.”

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