Congratulations to all Laney students who participated in the Augusta Area High School High Tech Award Luncheon!
What is it?
The Augusta Area High School High tech program is a community based program consisting of non-profit organizations, community organizations, state government agencies, school systems, post-secondary schools and the private sector working together to provide seamless services for students with disabilities in our local communities. These partners work closely together to identify and provide needed services for students with disabilities that will help them succeed. The program started in 2004 with 4 students in the Richomnd County school system. This year, there are over 280 participants from Burke, Columbia, McDuffie, Richmond, and Wilkes County.
Each student had to complete several rounds of applications as well as write an essay.
Congratulations to Lucy C. Laney Students:
Tyler Turner was a guest speaker at the luncheon and all students received recognition and new personal laptop computers.
Special Thanks to Ms. Phillips and Ms. Greenwood for sponsoring this event at Laney and working with all of our participants to provide support and encouragement.
Early College @ Lucy C. Laney High School
What is EARLY COLLEGE?
Lucy C. Laney's Early College program is a partnership with Lucy C. Laney High Shcool and Augusta University. The Early College will offer rigorous instruction and accelerated courses with an opportunity to attend college while earning a high school diploma. Students will be able to complete up to two years of college credit at no cost to students.
Magnet School application information: Click here to apply.
Congratulations to LCL's Star Teacher and Star Student for 2016/17!
The Lucy Laney Army JROTC Battalion recently received the Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW), Augusta Chapter, Certificate of Achievement and Plaque for rendering the most community service hours in the Central Savannah Region Area (CSRA) for school year 2015-17.
Congratulations to the 2017 Poetry Out Loud Participants!
The National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation have partnered with U.S. state arts agencies to support Poetry Out Loud, a contest that encourages the nation's youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation. This program helps stuents master public speaking skills, build self-conficence, and learn about their literary heritage. Poetry Out Loud was launched in high school nationwide in the spring of 2006 and has grown to involve millions of students across the country. arts.gov poetryfoundation.org