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New at Marist: Zero Hour

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The form students can turn in for zero hour

Zero hour is now being offered for Marist juniors and seniors for the upcoming 2024-2025 school year to allow students to fit an extra class into their schedule.

“Zero hour is everyday before school at 7:10. It’s a full 46 minute period, just like any other period during the day,” said Marist counselor Nicole Carey.

Marist students have to earn a certain amount of credit hours in various subjects in order to graduate. This  allows for more flexibility to take electives. Many students may have to give up the courses they are interested in because they have to get in the required courses first. 

“It is a really good option for a student who wants to take classes they’re very interested in and passionate about,” said Carey. 

 “I choose to take zero hour because it is a great opportunity to get in some extra credits before graduating,” said sophomore Dan Deacy. 

The cost for zero hour is 700 dollars. The deadline to get in your zero hour permission slip is this Friday February 2. 

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