Upward Bound is currently recruiting 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students to participate in the program. If you are interested in taking advantage of this great opportunity, please visit our website at www.cccc.edu/ub or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to download the application. Applications will be accepted until all spaces are filled. Admission is based on eligibility and is offered on a first-come first-served basis, so apply now!
Do you want to go to college after high school? If so, the Upward Bound program may be able to help you reach your goals!
The Upward Bound (UB) TRiO programs at Central Carolina Community College provide FREE college preparation support to 60 eligible Lee County high school students. Some of the services provided include tutoring; college tours; SAT/ACT preparation and fee waivers; career exploration; summer residential programs at Campbell University; a summer internship program; assistance completing college admissions, financial aid, and scholarship applications; and the opportunity to take free college courses. Participating students are even rewarded with a stipend check ($) each semester! Services are provided approximately once a month on Saturdays during the school year, and for six weeks during the summer. Once enrolled, students stay in the program until high school graduation. Transportation, meals, and all other costs during enrollment in the program are covered by Upward Bound (the program is FREE!).
LCHS Salutes our Veterans!
Thank you for your service Commander Bill Carver, US Navy!
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Congratulations to the following Lee County High School National Art Honor Society members that had their artwork selected to be a part of the North Carolina National Art Honor Society Traveling Exhibit. Alexis Lloyd, Delaney Davenport, Emily Albertson, Brianna Crapo and Ashley Inman. The exhibit is comprised of artworks created by NAHS members from around our state. This year 12 different high school participated with 42 student works being selected. The exhibit debuted in Wilmington two weeks ago at the NCAEA state conference and is currently on display at UNC Asheville. Other stops the exhibit will make this school year are at the Anson County Arts Council Gallery, The Temple Theater in Sanford, The Red Gallery in Rolesville, The Gaddy-Hamrick gallery at Meredith College and at NC DPI in Raleigh.
On October 25th, Academy of Engineering students Brandon Ramirez and Greeley Hibbard were invited to the South-TEC Conference in Greenville, SC to receive the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Rising Stars Award. This award was a direct result of their achievements in engineering competitions, education, and leadership over the last year. We are very proud of these two outstanding students!
Congratulations NC Apprenticeship/Skills USA Winners!
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