Seventeen years ago, the state of Michigan passed public act 258 for career and technical preparation, which is also known as dual enrollment. Dual enrollment allows students to earn college credits while still attending high school and in a sense get ahead of the game. However, not too many students at Williamston High School are taking advantage of this resource. Jeffrey Thoenes, the principal of Williamston High School, said the school only reported about four or five students who were enrolled at either MSU or Lansing Community College last year. “It’s not very many, but it is a few,” Thoenes said.