SHEPHERDSVILLE - When the Bullitt Advanced Math and Science program started, there were high expectations.
Nearing the end of its first year, program director Kelly Cleavinger could describe it in one word - fabulous.
Seventeen of the original 20 freshmen will complete the year and will be joined by 25 incoming ninth-graders next fall.
In making a presentation to the school board, Cleavinger joked that the major strength of the program is also its greatest weakness - all the students are gifted.
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