The Lyndonville Area Foundation contributed $4,000 to Lyndonville students to pay for tuition for Genesee Community College through the ACE program. This allows students to earn college credit for dual-enrollment courses taken in high school. This scholarship money will pay for 17 students to take one college class while they are in high school.
Together with funding approved by the Lyndonville Board of Education, Lyndonville High School students will be taking a total of 56 college courses at no cost to students and their families.
Pictured, from left, are Aimee Chaffee and Shelly Harling representing the Lyndonville Area Foundation presenting a check to Superintendent Sharon Smith, School Counselor Jeff Kingsbury and Junior/Senior High School Principal Dr. Aaron Slack.