LCHS Sophomore Jack Smith Named a Rogers Scholar
Congratulations to Lincoln County High School sophomore Jack Smith for being named a 2024 Rogers Scholar for LCHS. Jack is an active student at the school participating in baseball, basketball, Future Business Leaders of America and volunteering with groups like the United Way and Salvation Army. He will be attending the program this summer at Lindsey Wilson College. 

Rogers Scholars is the flagship youth program for The Center for Rural Development. The program provides leadership and college scholarship opportunities to help upcoming high school juniors in Southern and Eastern Kentucky develop the skills they need to seize their potential as the region’s next generation of business and entrepreneurial leaders.

During this intensive week-long program, Rogers Scholars work on building their leadership skills; participate in a series of team-building exercises; receive hands-on instructional training from professional experts in engineering, healthcare, and civic engagement; and interact with nationally recognized business leaders and entrepreneurs. The program focuses on developing skills in leadership, technology, entrepreneurship, and community service.

Since the program’s inception in 1998, there have been 1,374 high school students who have graduated from Rogers Scholars, and potential scholarships valued at more than $11 million have been offered to graduates by 19 participating colleges and universities.