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Ruckert graduates: Quincy Ruckert of Indian Land holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Ky.
List of the President of Bob Jones: Three county students were placed on the presidential list (3.75 or higher GPA) for the fall semester of Bob Jones University in Greenville. you are
Julia Howell, a freshman biology student from Lancaster
Alyssa Hubbard, a second service and leadership major from Indian Land
Allyson Laughlin, a freshman majoring in Education from Lancaster
Scholarship holder of the Piedmont Dean: Mary Grace Shaw of Duncan has been named Dean of Piedmont University (4.0 GPA) for the fall semester of Piedmont University in Demorest, Georgia.
Davis & Elkins Dean’s List: Fort Mill’s Shelbey Fuller is on the Dean’s List (3.6 to less than 4.0 GPA) of Davis & Elkins College in Elkins, W.Va.
Discovery School: Lancaster County’s only free public charter school is accepting applications for the 2022-23 school year. Applications are available on the school website at https://dis.lancastercsd.com/ or by visiting Discovery School at 302 W. Dunlap St., Lancaster. Discovery School is a past recipient of the National Charter School of the Year Award.
Governor’s School Preview Day: The Governor’s School for Science + Mathematics (GSSM) is hosting a preview day for aspiring high school students and their families on January 15 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at 401 Railroad Ave., Hartsville. Register online at www.scgssm.org/previewday. Places are limited.
Lancaster Soil and Water Conservation District Scholarships: The district offers two $ 750 scholarships for high school graduates living in Lancaster County. Applicants must plan to attend a fully recognized college, university or technical college. The Bill Ardrey Forestry Scholarship is awarded to a student pursuing a forestry degree. The Glenn Alexander Memorial Scholarship favors applicants with an emphasis in an agricultural or environmental field, but this is not a requirement. Applications for both grants are available at www.lancaster swcd.com (click the educational program link) or call 803-286-4455 extension. 100, for a copy. The application period ends on March 28th at 3:00 p.m.
Apply now for scholarships: The Foundation for the Carolinas is accepting applications for 2022 scholarships. The foundation administers more than 150 scholarship programs and offers a variety of annual scholarships, made through donations from generous families and individuals, corporations, and nonprofits to provide educational opportunities for deserving students. Scholarship prices range from $ 500 to $ 10,000. The application deadline for most scholarships is at the beginning of March. For details or to apply, visit www.fftc.org/scholarships or contact Qiana Austin at 704-973-4535 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
District offers disability screening: The Lancaster County School District’s Child Find program seeks out people with disabilities, ages 3-21, who need special assistance to receive free and adequate public education. If there are delays in any area of your child’s development – even if they are not yet of compulsory schooling – contact the district’s student services at 803-285-8439 to arrange a screening and assessment. Preschool programs for children with special needs provide early intervention services and can prevent some developmental disorders from becoming more severe.
Free lunch for everyone: The Lancaster School District is offering a free school lunch to all students who sign up for it. Free / discounted lunch requests must be completed by anyone who wishes to receive them in order for the district’s fine dining to follow this year’s program. The application is available at https://family.titank12.com or on the district website lancaster csd.com under Applications or the Meals tab. No lunchtime visitors are allowed in the schools.
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