Lebanon Reporter

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March 20, 2014

LHS receives grant to boost AP instruction, participation

Lebanon High School has received a $225,000 grant from the Advanced Placement Training and Incentive Program that will give AP teachers additional training and help motivate more high school students to get a taste of college-level courses.

LHS Principal Kevin O’Rourke announced the news to the Lebanon Community School Corp. Board of Trustees at Tuesday’s meeting. LHS has tried to obtain this grant unsuccessfully two previous times. Only 10 schools in the state are selected each year, and once awarded, the grant lasts for three years.

For more of the story, see Thursday's Lebanon Reporter.

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