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Foothills Music Club awards scholarships to PCHS, PCEC students

In the wake of two days of auditions, the Foothills Music Club has announced its scholarship winners for the 2017-18 academic year, with six Polk County High School and Polk County Early College students receiving awards

PCEC student wins award in NCDOT art contest

Polk County Early College student Alexandria Anderson has been named an award winner in the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s Aviation Art Contest, sponsored by the DOT's Division of Aviation

Early College students earn spot on Isothermal Dean’s List

A group of Polk County Early College students taking classes at Isothermal Community College qualified for the Dean's List for the fall semester

PCEC science video in running for $10,000 prize

Students from Polk County Early College's Science Club are looking to win $10,000 for their school - and could use your help

Early College plans dress drive for holiday event season

Polk County Early College will be putting on a formal dress drive during December for any and all students free of charge

College Fair helps students gain insights for post-graduate planning

Polk County high school students had a unique opportunity Wednesday to learn more about area colleges and universities without leaving campus

PCEC’s Warren earns recognition from Isothermal

Polk County Early College student Taylor Warren has been selected as a Learning College Student of the Semester by Isothermal Community College

Early College freshman helps organize relief drive for hurricane victims

Polk County Early College freshman Shanea Tingling organized an effort to help victims of the recent hurricanes that affected the United States and Puerto Rico

Rock painting party set for Polk County Early College

Polk County Early College student McKinley Heatherly will launch his senior project, #PolkPositive, with a rock painting party on Thursday, Sept. 28

Cookies with Cops project makes stop at Sunny View

The Cookies with Cops project started by Polk County Early College senior Matthew Loman recently made a stop at Sunny View Elementary School, visiting the third grade class of Chip Cash