A successful businessman has offered to pay for an entire graduating high school class… again.

With 35 branches of his bank operating across Wisconsin and Minnesota, Dennis Frandsen is a self-made financial success – and he wants to share that success the youth of his community.

Frandsen will be paying for at least 2 years of technical college for all 34 prospective high school graduates who have finished at Luck Public Schools in Wisconsin.

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This is the second time that Frandsen will be picking up the tuition tab for the town – and it will reportedly not be his last.

“I thought it was the right thing to do,” Frandsen told Boyd Huppert of KARE 11 last year when they covered his story. “I was able to do it and why shouldn’t I.”

Superintendent Cory Hinkel told the students about Frandsen’s gesture on the first day of school, and “the look on the kids’ faces was priceless,” he told KARE 11. “I really think this is going to make a huge impact on a lot of our kids’ lives.”

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