Jesse Rascon, center in black shirt, a senior in the IB program at John Ferguson High in Kendall, being photographed at the school, Friday, April 17, 2015. He is one of 3,100 students that UF offered admission through its new PaCE, a program where students must earn at least 60 credits – the equivalent of two years – online before being allowed to enroll as traditional UF students.
Jesse Rascon, center in black shirt, a senior in the IB program at John Ferguson High in Kendall, being photographed at the school, Friday, April 17, 2015. He is one of 3,100 students that UF offered admission through its new PaCE, a program where students must earn at least 60 credits – the equivalent of two years – online before being allowed to enroll as traditional UF students. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff
Jesse Rascon, center in black shirt, a senior in the IB program at John Ferguson High in Kendall, being photographed at the school, Friday, April 17, 2015. He is one of 3,100 students that UF offered admission through its new PaCE, a program where students must earn at least 60 credits – the equivalent of two years – online before being allowed to enroll as traditional UF students. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff

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