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Lee Academy recently named the newest members of the school’s National Junior Honor Society.
Lee Academy recently inducted the newest members of the school’s National Honor Society.
To be inducted into the National Honor Society, a sophomore must have an overall average of 95; a junior, 94; and a senior, 93.
The senior government class of Lee Academy in Clarksdale visited the Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019, and spoke with state Rep. Orlando Paden, left, and state Sen. Robert L. Jackson, right, after observing the state Senate in action.
Several students from Coahoma County were recently named to the fall 2018 Honor Roll lists at the University of Mississippi.
Shown is the Head of School and Honor Roll for the second nine-week grading period at Lee Academy.
Those being named to the Head of School (All A’s) list were:
Four students from Coahoma County were among the list of students graduating from Mississippi State University this past fall, while several others were recognized for their grades during the past semester.
A new 200-bed residence hall for students and 10-unit housing complex for faculty, as well as a renovated dining hall at Coahoma Community College was part of a proposal made before the college's board of trustees on Monday, Jan. 14.
In an effort to help Lee Academy students with their growth as individuals, the school implemented a "habitudes program" from the company Growing Leaders based out of Atlanta into the curriculum beginning last week.
Lee Academy partnered with Planters Bank to make the program for students become a reality.
Young people were the focus of Monday’s annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the campus of Coahoma Community College.