2017-11-09 / News

LCHS selected to participate in Georgia Apply to College


Lincoln County Soil and Water Chairman Leroy Bufford presents plaque to Inman Curry Hogan III and Sister Anna C. Hogan chil­dren of the late Inman Curry Hogan Jr. Lincoln County Soil and Water Chairman Leroy Bufford presents plaque to Inman Curry Hogan III and Sister Anna C. Hogan chil­dren of the late Inman Curry Hogan Jr. Lincoln County High School is excited to announce that it has been selected to participate in the Georgia Apply to College program, an annual event sponsored by Communities in Schools, the Georgia Department of Education, the Georgia Independent College Association, the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Edu­cation, the Georgia Student Finance Commission, the Technical College System of Georgia, and the Univer­sity System of Georgia.

Lincoln County High School’s event will be held on November 14th, 2017 from 11-2. During the Georgia Apply to College event, seniors will receive hands-on as­sistance from volunteers, many of whom are from local colleges and universities, businesses and commu­nity organizations, as they navigate the college application process. The goal is for each student to success­fully complete at least one college admission application using the GAfutures.org website.

GAfutures is Georgia’s new on­line resource to help students plan, apply and find affordable ways to pay for college. The site serves as a valuable resource for application and financial aid information for the public and private colleges or universities in Georgia. In addition, students can conduct national col­lege and scholarship searches, find resources for online test prepara­tions, and take career assessments and explore high-demand careers.

Additional information about the Georgia Apply to College program can be found online at GAfutures.org. For more information about Lincoln County High School’s event, please contact Ashley Blanchette at ablanchette@lcboe.us or 706-359- 3121.

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