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Lee Early College launches third year

08.07.2008Lee Early College

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Lee Early College launches third year

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CharmainernWilliams (left), giving an American Sign Language ‘P’ for ‘peace’, and ShakeelrnHarris greet each other on the first day of classes Wednesday at Lee Earlyrn College. Both arernsophomores at the unique school, a collaboration between Central Carolina Communityrn College and Leern County Schools.rnStudents attend for five years and earn both a high school diploma and anrnassociate degree.

Lee Early College launches third year

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Tania Brewington, teacher assistant, welcomes students to Lee Earlyrn College at an assemblyrnWednesday, the first day of classes. The college, located on Central Carolinarn Community College’s LeernCounty Campus, is a collaboration between the college and Lee County Schools.rnStudents attend for five years and earn both a high school diploma and anrnassociate degree at no cost to them.

Lee Early College launches third year

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Mathrnteacher John Howard answers students’ questions during the first day of classesrnWednesday at Lee Early College on Central Carolinarn Community College’s LeernCounty Campus. The LEC, a collaboration between the college and Lee CountyrnSchools, enables students to earn both a high school diploma and an associaterndegree in five years at no cost to the students.

Lee Early College launches third year

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LeernEarly College Principal Mark West welcomes students to the college at anrnassembly Wednesday, the first day of classes. The college, located on Central Carolina Community College’srnLee County Campus, is a collaboration between the college and Lee CountyrnSchools. Students attend for five years and earn both a high school diploma andrnan associate degree at no cost to them.

Lee Early College launches third year

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Lee Early College students gather in small groups in the gymnasium at Central Carolina Community College to get to know each other at the start of the first day of classes Wednesday. The college, located on the college’s Lee County Campus, is collaboration between the college and Lee County Schools. Students attend for five years and earn both a high school diploma and an associate degree at no cost to them.

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