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Early College Science Club builds sensory boards for PCHS group

The Polk County Early College Science Club recently put its talents to use to help a group of students at Polk County High School.
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Video: 2017 Polk County Early College graduation

Watch video of Polk County Early College's graduation ceremony, held Saturday, May 27, 2017 at Tryon Fine Arts Center.

Greene inducted into National Society of Leadership and Success

Polk County Early College senior Grayson Greene was one of 11 students at Isothermal Community College recently inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success.

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

Sullivan honored in Academic Paper Award essay contest

The National Society of High School Scholars has named Kerigan Sullivan of Polk County as a winner of its Academic Paper Award essay contest

Photos: Polk County Early College 2017 graduation

Polk County Early College seniors took their final walk as high school students on May 27, taking part in graduation ceremonies at Tryon Fine Arts Center

Lawter wins Junior Achievement essay contest

Polk County Early College student Haley Lawter was one of three winners in the 12th annual Junior Achievement Student Essay Contest, sponsored by Junior Achievement and the Asheville Citizen-Times

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

Swink completes summer internship at Steps to HOPE

Steps to HOPE received a grant from the Polk County Community Foundation to provide a summer internship opportunity for a local high school student

Polk County seniors lead state in FAFSA completion rate

Polk County Schools have the highest rate of completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) of any school district in the state, according to data from the United States Department of Education

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