ap honor school
Congratulations on being named an AP Honor School for 2020!
Lincoln County High School has been recognized for their dedication of our school and district to ensure that students are prepared for college and career after graduation. It also highlights the hard work of your AP teachers and students as they challenge themselves with rigorous coursework, culminating with the AP Exam in May. To celebrate this accomplishment, attached to this email is an electronic award badge that can be placed on website pages or used on printed materials. We hope you find it useful!
Finally, the College Readiness and Talent Development team echoes Superintendent Wood’s sentiments in his press release: “I commend the students, teachers, and staff of these 255 schools,” Superintendent Woods said. “Behind this recognition is an enormous amount of hard work, and I congratulate all those who worked to expand access, improve performance, and build strong Advanced Placement programs in each school recognized today.” You can find the complete press release here: https://www.gadoe.org/External-Affairs-and-Policy/communications/Pages/PressReleaseDetails.aspx?PressView=default&pid=741
Katelyn Bennett was selected to receive the WJBF Scholar-Athlete Award! She earned the award for her academic and athletic accomplishments, which include being the Senior Class President and 2019 A Public Triple Jump State Champion. Her interview will air on WJBF later this month and she along with others will be celebrated at a banquet in May 2020. Congratulations Katelyn...you make Lincoln County proud.
"The Biennial Southeastern Regional High School Artists Competition is visual arts event hosted by the Art and Art History departments as well as the Office of Admission at Birmingham-Southern College. Chosen artwork is displayed in the Kennedy Art Center’s Durbin Gallery for a week before the winners are announced. Open to any high school students in the 12 Southeastern states, the competition recognizes and promotes talented young artists. "
Beatrice Jackson and Jayda Mays were selected to be in the 2020 Biennial Southeastern Art Competition in Birmingham. Congratulations ladies!
Fall Sports Banquet Recognition
Augusta University surprised some of our seniors today by delivering their acceptance letters in person before the official acceptance emails are sent tomorrow. Coordinator of Campus Visit Experiences, Ashley White, presented these seniors acceptance packets and banners. Not pictured: Emilee Bolton. Left to right: Reagan Doran, Miracle Crite, Katelyn Bennett, Ethan Clegg, Ashley White, Jewell Flanigan, Emilio Guzman, Tyler Williamson, Wesley Cooke.
find your focus
The week of November 11-15 was School Psychology Awareness Week, in which the theme was "Find Your Focus." School counselors at each LC school were asked to select one student who consistently finds their focus to receive the "Find Your Focus" award and prize bag. A student who consistently finds their focus engages in behaviors such as paying attention, being persistent and determined in and out of the classroom, seeing ideas clearly, identifying areas of interest, and identifying and following action steps to achieve goals.
LCHS award winner was Shanna Kneece. Congratulations Shanna!
HOSA & mission dawgs
HOSA members spent part of their Sunday helping Mission Dawgs Augusta provide needed materials to the local homeless in the community.
"They did a great job with everything we asked them to do....I have always been proud to say I am a supporter of LCHS, but I was as proud today as I have ever been. "
~ Lisa Aycock, Volunteer Organizer
Congratulations to Ethan Clegg for being selected as a member of the State School Superintendent Richard Wood’s Student Advisory Council. Ethan was accepted out of more than 1000 applications statewide and will be representing the students of Lincoln County High School while discussing education decisions made at the state level.
The Student Advisory Council looks for a range of students with diverse perspectives. To be appointed, students have to complete an application that includes several extended response questions and then be selected by the State Superintendent's office. Once selected, students meet with State Superintendent Richard Woods four times during the 2019-2020 school year. As part of the program, students also participate in a joint community service project on behalf of Georgia's students.
Junior Class Ring Ceremony
Thursday, October 3, 2019
Class of 2021
On to state
"Bryson Segars from the Lincolnton High School FFA chapter won 1st place in the Area 2 Tractor and Machinery Operation CDE held on September 17 at Thompson Mill Forest in Braselton. Bryson competed against 24 of his fellow Area 2 FFA members and has earned the opportunity to represent Area 2 in the State Tractor and Machinery Operation CDE which will be held in conjunction with the Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition in Moultrie.
Congratulations to Bryson and Mr. McGill on this outstanding accomplishment!"
Participate in the following blood drives:
- Friday, September 6th
- Friday, November 8th
- Friday, January 17th
- Friday, March 20th
3rd in the Nation
SkillsUSA Sheet Metal Competition
June 24-29, 2019