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  • Summer Bridge Camp for incoming LEC freshmen is from 10-5 on July 28th and July 29th in Cobra Hall.

    Parent/Student Orientation night for all LEC students is from 7:00-8:30PM on July 30th in the Civic Center.
     

     
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  • Report Card Pick-Up 
     
    For students taking high school classes, LEC report cards will be available for pick-up beginning June 18th.  Report cards will be available in the front office Mondays through Thursdays from 8am-3pm.  College grades can been seen in Web Advisor.
     

     
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  • FREE Kaplan Practice Tests For PSAT, SAT, & ACT!
     
    This summer, Kaplan is offering a series of FREE online practice tests for the PSAT, SAT, & ACT.  Take advantage of this incredible opportunity by registering here: http://kaptest.com/hsevents.
     
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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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HSTW

Lee Early College is proud to be affiliated with North Carolina New Schools and High Schools That Work. NCNS is a statewide public-private partnership that accelerates systemic, sustainable innovation in North Carolina secondary schools to ensure every student graduates ready for college, careers and life.  HSTW is a school improvement initiative based on the belief that most students can master complex academic and technical concepts if schools create an environment that encourages students to make the effort to succeed.
 

 
 Congratulations to the Class of 2014!