On Friday, September 27, Lincoln County High School recognized seniors who are college and/or career ready, as well as students who were successful in advanced placement testing.
Twenty-three students entered their senior year as both college and career ready, 63 were recognized as college ready, and 40 students were recognized as career ready. Students who are CCR (in any combination) were given a certificate and a medal to wear at graduation. Another CCR recognition will take place in the spring for students who earn the status during this school year.
Students were also recognized for their AP (advanced placement) scores. Lincoln County Board of Education supported our AP students by paying for the exams they took in the spring. LCBOE also paid the award of $100 to students who participated in an AP course last year and scored a 3-5 on the final AP exam. Those students also received a certificate of recognition. The Board was able to pay out a total of $12,400 to our students for their success! Of all the AP students, 90 of them passed 124 total tests.