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Bladen Co. Early College High School Celebrates and Recognizes Honor Roll

DUBLIN – Bladen Early College High School celebrated and recognized thirty-five students in an event where the 2019 first quarter honor roll was announced. In a very uplifting ceremony, students who demonstrate academic excellence and achievement were recognized in three ways. Each student was presented with a certificate and a school logo “cup of knowledge” for their achievement. Family
members in attendance were asked to stand when their student was honored.

Two 10th grade students, Kayla Todd and Shelby Tatum, were recognized for achieving membership status of the Superintendent’s List, which a student to be eligible must be meet the following criteria: have a 96 or above grade in all high school classes and no more than 7 absences. Students who have maintained all A grades for the term were: Jessica Garcia-Bastida, Alaina Bordeaux, Daliyah Carroway, Serentiy Flakes, and Destiny Robinson.

Students who have maintained A/B grades for the term were: Daniel Arellano,
Jamae Atkinson, Kassie Bagwell, Kaylee Bagwell, Trinity Bedsole, Yasmine Benson,
Connie Carroll, Keana Dowless, Stacey Gomez, Abbygail Gonzalez, Elijah Goree,
Faith Graham, Ricardo Gutierrez, Janiah King, Amber Knighten, Kylen Kraus, James
Labra, Romalda Ordaz, Ashley Leon Orellana, Tyler Lewis, Cynthia Maldonado
Ortiz, Charlene Mota-Huerta, Luz Skylar Ramos, Zikazha Riggins, Ashani Rozier,
Kara Shepherd, Jamya Tolson, and Steven Wiggins.

Bladen Early College High School is a partnership between Bladen Community College and Bladen County Schools. Bladen Early College High School is an accelerated high school program that offers educational opportunities for ninth (9th) and tenth (10 th ) graders of Bladen and surrounding counties. These students are provided ways to prepare for a successful career pathway by furthering their high school academics as well as college endeavors by attending a school located on the Bladen Community College campus. Students in the early college program experience a community college learning environment different from that of a traditional high school. Students have the opportunity to complete their high school diploma and be eligible to earn certificates, diplomas, or degrees at the college level, in order to achieve their goals in the workforce or academics.

For more information on how to enroll in the Bladen Early College High School, contact Rodney Smith, principal, at 910.876.6654.

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