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Nashoba graduates favor four-year colleges

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A large majority of Nashoba Regional High School’s class of 2013 went on to attend four-year colleges, according to figures released by the school district. In addition to the 81 percent of graduates opting for four-year schools, 12 percent enrolled in two-year colleges, and about 2.5 percent went into military training or took a year off before deciding on attending college. Superintendent Michael Wood said figures have not yet been compiled for this year’s graduates.

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