Stanly County 4-H’er receives gold at state competition
Grace Huneycutt won a gold medal for her presentation at the North Carolina State 4-H horse presentation competition.
SCC garners national recognition
During recent restructuring of the Cisco Networking Academy Program, Stanly Community College (SCC) was named the Academy Support Center for North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.
Scout receives Eagle honor after Reed Gold Mine project
Jared Woodson of Boy Scout Troop 4 worked with 16 other family, friends and troop members toward attaining his Eagle Scout.
SCC introduces new CNC machinist certificate program
Stanly Community College (SCC) has announced the inception of a new certificate program for Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machinists.
Bridges attends Governor’s School West
Ariel Bridges recently completed Governor’s Sch-ool West on the campus of Old Salem College in Winston-Salem.
SCC recognized for Exceptional Institution Performance
Stanly Community College (SCC) has been recognized as one of only 16 colleges in the North Carolina Com-munity College System (NCCCS) to receive an Exceptional Institutional Performance (EIP) rating for 2012.
Christ the King holds new student orientation, kindergarten camp
Christ the King Christian Academy concluded their Kindergarten Camp and New Student Orientation with a short program for the parents and grandparents.
Pfeiffer gains five Gray Stone scholars
Five Gray Stone Day School seniors in the class of 2012 will continue their education in familiar surroundings as they enroll at Pfeiffer University this month, all with scholarships which were presented by Melissa Coe at Gray Stone’s recent awards ceremony.
New London student attends National Environmental Summit
Mikaela Brown of New London is among many high school students from across the country who converged on the Catawba College campus recently to explore how they can use their interests and talents to make a difference in the world.
Early College grad receives honor
A Stanly County student is on her way to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill without the stress of paying for her education after receiving a full-tuition scholarship.
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