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  • LEC Students Academic Achievements Recognized 

    Let’s all congratulate the following students who were recognized by CCCC for their outstanding academic effort during the fall semester:

    President’s List (4.0 GPA)

    Katherine Bogan, Karla Bueno, Carson Calcutt, Warren Colavito, Austin Dowdy, Jamie Guillergan, Dhalia Mohamed, Caleb Parker, Ariane Smith, Katelyn Taylor

    Dean’s List (3.5 GPA and above)

    Kirill Bogdanov, Emily Braren, Alexus Gray, Alexis Hunter, Hunter Jones, Seth Kuenzler, Keyana McNair, Mason Magee, Stephanie Molina-Lino, Mariana Olvera, Karen Reyes, Joshua Urias, Ginevra Walker, Erin Wester, Michael Wilson, Mylnn Wooden

    Great job to everyone!

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  • LEC Student Nominated for Statewide Leadership Award: Lee Early College High School senior, Austin Dowdy, is Central Carolina's 2015 nominee for the Governor Robert Scott Leadership Award.  Established in 2004, this prestigious award aims to recognize leadership and service among community college students from across the state and to honor Governor Bob Scott.  

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Lee Early College offers a rigorous academic program where students take a combination of honors-level high school courses as well as community college courses in order to obtain not only a high school diploma, but also an associate’s degree. For more information about our program, please navigate the contents of this site, or feel free to contact us. Remember to check back frequently for student news and important announcements, and please check the LEC News link under the About Us section to stay posted on all the happenings at LEC. Good luck to all of our students during the 2012-2013 school year! 

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