Adult High School/GED diplomas awarded through CCCC-Lee
College & Community, Graduations, Special Events
SANFORD - Central Carolina Community College held its Adult High School/General Educational Development programs graduation exercises Jan. 30 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center.
The following students earned their high school or GED diplomas through the college's AHS/GED programs in Lee County:
Brittany Bethea, Patrick Fore, Tonette Hill, Toni Horton, Cameron McNeil, Kourtney McNeil, Lakita Miller, Anthony Mitchell, Ana Murillo, Taylor Nunziato, Dennesha Richmond, Cody Schuldes, Laura Sheppard, Harry Stepney, Tyler Walton, Evette Whiteings, Cody Wilder, and Cleveland Williams.
Also, Eric Soto Flores, Brandy Peagler, Kristen Burns, Tristan Glossenger, Emilia Guijosa De Avalos, Sarah Myre, Brandon Pritt, Andrew Schalk, and James Dalrymple, Megan Cameron, Aaron Carpenter, Isaac Hull, Courtney Kennington, Jehu Mendoza-Estrada, Deandria Womack, Osbaldo Avellaneda, Daniel Cardenas Sanchez, Christopher Hogan, Aleaha Marr, Jonathan Miller, Gerardo Reyes, Denise Russ, Jessica Wilson, Michael Colantuono, Daniel Johnson, Cody Mcclure, Tia Mitchell, Bobby Tollerson, Jacob Gwyn, Ana Lemus-Ceron, Meghan Mason, Marcus Ellison, Derek Amos, Ivone Gutierrez, and Irma Paredes.
For more information about Adult High School/GED programs in Lee County, contact the College and Career Readiness Department at 919-777-7701 or go online to www.cccc.edu/ecd/departments/ccreadiness.
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