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Most Langley Township grads choose to go to post-secondary institutions

An exit survey of 2013 Langley School District grads showed that 86 per cent were planning to attend post-secondary institutions. Of those, 14 per cent were planning to attend Kwantlen Polytechnic University, while 22 per cent were planning to attend the University of the Fraser Valley. Others identified Trinity Western University, UBC and SFU as their schools of choice.

Of the challenges students faced, the answers were varied, but among them were the cost of university, transportation and course availability.

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