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Education

  • WKU graduates | July 3, 2013

    Western Kentucky University recently released its list of Spring 2013 graduates.
    Cody T. Clifton of Carrollton graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and Christie A. Jones of Carrollton graduated with a Master of Science. Amanda F. Cook and Clayton S. Cook both of Worthville both graduated with bachelor of science degrees. Jonathon D. Lynn of Ghent also graduated with a Bachelor of Science.

  • JCTC free summer workshops range from Pinterest to self-defense

    As prices of gasoline and everyday expenses increase, JCTC is the perfect place to start or continue your education with its affordable tuition.  In-state tuition is $144 per credit hour.

    It’s not too late to sign up for the fall semester, which begins Aug. 19. Aug. 1 is the deadline for returning and transferring students to apply online for free at Jefferson.kctcs.edu. The deadline to apply for first-time freshman for fall semester was July 1. 

    JCTC-Carrollton Campus is offering free workshops all summer long.

  • Students get taste of higher education at camp

    Seven Carroll County Middle School students and two Henry County Middle School students had an opportunity last Wednesday, June 27, to hear about the importance of continuing their education beyond high school.

  • Four Carroll County natives named to Georgetown dean’s list

    The following undergraduate students of Georgetown College have been named to the dean’s list: Cody Arthur Boles, Kyndal Christerson Curry and William Carroll Yager all of Carrollton, and Jensen Wainscott of Worthville. They have completed the semester with at least 12 credit hours and a 3.7 GPA.

  • Online gradebook, new technology center highlight meeting

    By SARAH BEACH

    The News-Democrat

    The Carroll County Board of Education announced several important staffing, leadership and facility changes over the summer in preparation for the coming school year at the Thursday, June 20, meeting.

    In her monthly report, Superintendent Lisa James said that summer is a time for the school system to be “revived.”

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  • Center of accelerated learning helps students catch up, get ahead

    Summer is a great time for catching up. In the Carroll County School District, 48 Carroll County High School students have done just that in the new Center of Acceler-ated Learning located at the Carroll County Area Tech-nology Center. 

  • Student News | June 19, 2013

    Beggs gradutes from Wright State

    Kasey M. Beggs graduated from Wright State University Monday, May 27. She earned a bachelor’s degree in motion picture history, theory and criticism; minors in motion picture production and German. Beggs is the daughter of Karen K. Smith, of Henry County Ky. and the late Clyde Beggs, D.V.M.

     

    Local student makes spring dean’s list

    Anna Marie Tillet of Ghent was recently named to the 2012 spring semester dean’s list at Morehead State University

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  • Career Craze camp set for JCTC in June

    Jeffereson Community and Technical College Carrollton campus will hold the Career Craze summer camp from 8 a.m. to noon June 24-27.

    The free summer camp is designed to explore career opportunities that exist in the region for high-demand manufacturing technology fields of engineering and electronics technology and applied process technology. These courses are taught at the JCTC Carrollton campus.