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You can't ace 'em all: A-minus might have taught Underwood more than he thought

A-minus might have taught Underwood more than he thought

9:42 AM, Mar. 26, 2013
Nathaniel Underwood learned a lot in a college-level course while still a senior at Colby High School.
Nathaniel Underwood learned a lot in a college-level course while still a senior at Colby High School.
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Nathaniel Underwood might not have gotten an A in one of the college-level distance learning courses he took through the Colby High School, but the experience might have taught him more about what lay in store for him after he graduates this spring than anything that could be read in a book.

For Underwood, that grade remains the only blemish on an otherwise perfect transcript. And in the grand scheme of things, it won't negatively affect his future, but it still bugs him.

"It was definitely different than anything I've ever experienced," Underwood said. "Up until that point I had all A's, and ...

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