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Roseland University Prep, a charter high school serving a mostly Latino population in Santa Rosa, will graduate virtually all of their seniors again this year. But that won't mean they'll say good bye altogether.

The "near perfect" graduation rate at RUP has been accomplished by design, says Roseland School District Superintendent Gail Ahlas. It was a stated goal for the school from the very beginning.

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Roseland University Prep is a small school, with around 100 students in each of its four grades. Ahlas says that allows each student to find the leadership roles and opportunities that suit them.

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