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  • Report Cards: Friday Oct, 21 - Report cards were sent home with 9th, 10th, and 11th graders today.  12th and 13th graders can pick up their report cards in the office.  Report cards will only reflect high school grades. Students can access their current college grades through Blackboard/AVISO.

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  • LEC Students Earn CCCC Academic Awards: LEC students Sarah Bogan and Payton Milikin were honored at the CCCC Awards Ceremony for their outstanding academic achievements.  To read the whole story, click here.

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  • Harnett County Schools Visit LEC

    LEC was honored to host visitors from our neighbors in Harnett County as their school board looks to opening their first early college.  Joined by Dr. Atkinson, and principal, Mr. Biehl, the guests had a Q&A session and were able to tour the school.

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  • Parents - Register your Lowe's Food Card to Earn Cash for LEC: Parents, please take a moment to visit this site to link your Lowe's Food rewards card to earn money for LEC!  You only have to sign up once, and then buy the items you normally need!

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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 2016-2017 school year! 


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