Huntsville High School has added one more accreditation. Teacher Jim Milne says, over the summer, the school became a certified Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) Test Centre.

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Milne says normally students would have to pay for this exam in college. But at HHS, it would be free.

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Milne says, in the past six years at Huntsville High, he has never been more proud than the moment the school was able to get the accreditation. He says the support from the community is a huge help for these future welders.

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The testing would be done twice a term with one test per semester.