2017-11-16 / News

Top students excel in AP, lead club



W-WCHS Counselor Sheila Callaway (left) explained the AP class structure and the benefits it offers students as they prepare to enroll in college after high school. Students like Lykah Mora and Brenton Bailey have scored well enough in all seven AP courses to earn, in some cases, full college credit enabling them to save some of the time and expense involved with a college education. As part of the program they presented to the Washington Rotary Club, Lykah and Brenton, who also serve as Interact Club officers, told of the summer trip to the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards program which is held each year at Tallulah Falls. W-WCHS Counselor Sheila Callaway (left) explained the AP class structure and the benefits it offers students as they prepare to enroll in college after high school. Students like Lykah Mora and Brenton Bailey have scored well enough in all seven AP courses to earn, in some cases, full college credit enabling them to save some of the time and expense involved with a college education. As part of the program they presented to the Washington Rotary Club, Lykah and Brenton, who also serve as Interact Club officers, told of the summer trip to the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards program which is held each year at Tallulah Falls.

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