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  •  Overhead photo of seated graduates in black caps and gown at commencement.

    Graduates urged to be bold, resilient on the journey ahead

    Six hundred seniors matriculated in back-to-back-to-back commencement ceremonies Saturday – 172 at South Lenoir High, 185 at Kinston High and 243 at North Lenoir High – and with graduating seniors from Lenoir County Early College High School and Lenoir County Learning Academy, who received diplomas in earlier ceremonies, the district’s Class of 2024 numbered 665, the most in a least 10 years.

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  •  Two men and a woman pose in front of a white school activity bus.

    All-electric activity bus added to LCPS fleet

    Quiet as a golf cart, one of only two all-electric activity buses in the state has rolled into Lenoir County as LCPS continues to modernize its fleet with an eye toward efficiency and a cleaner environment.

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  •  Female African American high school senior poses with certificate in group with three adults.

    Greenhouse Scholarship goes to Kinston High senior

    Kyonna Kelly, a student athlete who has excelled both on the court and in the classroom at Kinston High School, is one of two Greenhouse Scholarship winners in the state and among about 30 students from the Class of 2024 chosen from the Greenhouse’s five-state region.

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  •  Five students in a high school nursing class gather around a student patient with stethoscopes.

    State grants enrich LCPS's summer learning offerings

    The Health Careers Promotion Grant for $25,000 from the N.C. Department of Public Instruction is going to create the Healthcare Heroes summer camp. A second grant, routed through Kinston Regional Jetport, provides $3,000 for continuation of the popular ACE Academy

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