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Lynden High School sees double-digit jump in freshmen passing classes 

Whatcom schools credit ninth grade success program for improvements; funding is in flux

Freshman Adrian Castellon, right, works on his laptop during "freshman seminar" Feb. 21 at Lynden High School. The seminar allows students more time and support to keep up their grades. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Charlotte Alden General Assignment/Enterprise Reporter
Only 66.3% of ninth graders at Lynden High School passed all their classes in the 2021-22 school yea
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