Welcome to Greene Early College!
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Freshman Application Process
2015-2016 FRESHMAN APPLICATION
PTK Spring Inductees
Inductees: Front row(l to r): Ariana Ponce,Maribel Gonzalez-Garcia, Karina Marin-Enriquez, Susana Ramirez, Elizabeth Villagran-Hernandez, Savannah Brooks. Back row(l to r): Daniel Jarman, Luis Rodriquez-Perez, Khalil Shackleford, Giovanni Calderon, David Luna-Cruz. Not pictured: Austin Hancock. Twelve Greene Early College Students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa during the recent spring ceremony on LCC’s campus. Phi Theta Kappa Internation Honor Society serves to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development through honors, leadership, and service programming. Students are invited to join and must have completed at least 12 hours of college coursework, while maintaining a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
An Eye for Aiven
GEC Students' "Genius Hour" invite you to help raise money for junior Aiven Aguilar and his family. Aiven is in need of a new prosthetic eye. You can read his story and donate to the cause Here!
Prom Ticket are Now On Sale
On the Edge of Time
A Vintage City Evening
Tickets to Prom are $20. See Mrs. Beaman to get yours today!
Greene Early College Students
Achieve Dean’s List at Lenoir Community College
Greene Early College Students(left to right) Brie Miller, Amber Harper, Alex Peavy, Mirella Cisceros nd Devonte DeReef achieved Dean’s List for the Fall Semester 2014 at LCC. To receive such recognition, a student must be enrolled for a minimum of 12 hours and have a grade point average of 3.25-3.99. Not pictured are Daniel Morales and Ruby Vega who also were named to the Dean’s List.
GEC Students Attend Leadership Conference
GEC students, sophomore Luis Rodriguez-Perez(left) and junior Nancy Moreno-Ortiz(right), attended the Triangle Youth Leadership Conference, February 27-28 at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. The conference focused on opportunities for high school students to use their creative potential to change their communities. Participants enhanced their leadership skills through workshops, real life problems solving, and guest speakers and panlelists from North Carolina State student body, NC Legislators, Krispy Crème Challenge, and North Carolina Olympics. The event was sponsored by North Carolina State University and Parks Scholarships.
Student Spotlight: GEC Junior Earns First Place
Jennifer Riggs placed first for her solo performance in her division and first place overall for her age group at the Encore Dance Competition to the Stars. She will be dancing in the July 4th Parade in Washington DC this summer!
All Greene Early College Students Are Required to Wear Their Lenoir Community College Name Badges At All Times While On Campus.