2019 Pre-Apprenticeship and Apprenticeship Students
Jarrod G. from WLHS, Brady P. and Thomas G. from ELHS signed as Pre-Apprentices with Apprenticeship 321 and Gaston College. Cameron A., a graduate of WLHS, signed as an apprentice with Apprenticeship 321 and Robert Bosch Tool Corporation.
They will earn an AAS degree in Mechatronics Engineering Technology and a Journeymen's license when finished with the Apprenticeship program.
Joseph T. at ELHS has signed with Apprenticeship 2000. He will be working at Blum and attending CPCC. Joseph will earn a journeymen's certificate and an AAS in Mechatronics Engineering Technology.
Two graduates from the class of 2019 recently attended signing ceremonies to become part of local apprenticeship programs. Ben Gilbert signed with Apprenticeship 2000. He will be earning his journeyman’s certificate through Blum, Inc while earning is AAS in Mechatronics Engineering Technology at CPCC. Matthew Welch signed with Apprenticeship Catawba. He will be earning his journeyman’s certificate through Sarstedt Group and his AAS in Mechatronics Engineering Technology at CVCC.
Both of these programs pay their apprentices for on the job training and for the time they spend taking college courses. Tuition, fees and books are also included through this program. Graduates of the programs will be able to complete the apprenticeship debt free and have a guaranteed job upon graduation.
ELHS FCCLA State Competition
East Lincoln High School had 8 students compete in 5 different star events and resulted in Two gold medals, Three Silver Medals, and Three Bronze medals at FCCLA state competition. We are very proud of all of our students who got the opportunity to attend. Katelyn H. placed 1st in her star event of Interior Design (Sr). Out of 20 school teams, she received a gold medal and qualified for Nationals as the 1st place team. Nationals will be held in Anaheim, California on June 30 to July 4th this summer.
NTHS Induction Ceremony
Former NLHS and LCST student, Caleb B., makes a child's dream come true!
LMS Student Places in the top 10 at FBLA
William L, an 8th grader at Lincolnton Middle school, Finished in the Top 10 of Public Speaking Middle-Level Event at the 65th NC FBLA State Leadership Conference which was held in Greensboro, NC on March 25-27, 2019. William competes with Lincolnton High School’s FBLA chapter.
DECA State Competition
East Lincoln, Lincolnton, North Lincoln and West Lincoln High Schools participated at DECA state competition in Greensboro. North Lincoln students Anna L., Jamie B., Corbin B., Bekka M., Chelsea S. Landon R., Caden H., Samuel H., and West Lincoln student Isabella S., placed in the top 10 and will be representing Lincoln County in Orlando at National DECA competition in April. Congratulations!
LHS and WLHS FBLA Regional Competition
Lincolnton High School and West Lincoln High School FBLA students attended the Southwest Region Leadership Conference Saturday, December 1st in Waxhaw, NC.
Lincolnton High School results:Lincolnton High School's Team consisting of Kyle B., Destiny T., and Stefan F. received first place in the High School Open Testing Event.Individual results:Kyle B. first place in Computer ApplicationsAshlyn L. third place in Introduction to Parliamentary ProcedureDestiny T. fourth place in Introduction to Parliamentary Procedureand representing Lincolnton Middle SchoolWilliam L. first place in Public Speaking Middle Level
Lincolnton High School placed 3rd in donating 118 pairs of socks to the NC FBLA sponsored Sock drive. Over 850 pairs of socks and gloves were collected on Saturday which will be donated to Hands and Feet Foundation.
West Lincoln High School results:
A team of students (Emma B., Kaylee H., and Ally H.) won 1st place in the T-Shirt Design. Kaley P. placed 2nd in the Job Interview event. Another team of students (Laney H., Lauren P., and Saylor T.,) won 3rd place in the Cheer Chant event.
Congratuations to all the students who competed and good luck to the students who qualify to compete at the FBLA State Leadership Conference in Greensboro, NC!
LHS FBLA National Leadership Conference
Lincolnton High School Future Business Leaders of America Officer Team attend FBLA National Fall Leadership Conference in Charlotte, NC November 16-17, 2018. Student leaders participated in leadership workshops, heard motivational speakers and networked with FBLA members from other states and territories as well as National FBLA executives. Students toured The Mint museum, and the Wells Fargo Museum, while at the Wells Fargo museum student leaders took part in the Thank a Veteran letter campaign. November is CTE month and attending a professional conference is a wonderful way to develop leadership skills.