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Lake-Sumter Community College

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  • Brevard Community College to become Eastern Florida State College

     
    Trustees at Brevard Community College have chosen a new name for the school, which will start offering bachelor's degrees in late 2013. Trustees picked the name Eastern Florida State College to reflect the school's new mission. Now, the moniker must be approve
  • Former Lake-Sumter coach now guiding Mount Dora

     
    Former Lake-Sumter Community College volleyball coach Lisa Huntley is now running the volleyball program at Mount Dora High School. Huntley spent three seasons (2007-09) as LSCC’s coach and led the Lakers to the state community college tournament in...

    Lake students, parents speak out against dual-enrollment cutbacks

     
    A handful of parents and students went before the Lake-Sumter Community College Board of Trustees this week to ask that the school decide against cutting the program which serves about 1,000 Lake County high school students. We wrote earlier this week...

    Lake-Sumter Community College gets federal “talent search” grant

     
    Lake-Sumter Community College is one of 43 institutions to get a federal “talent search” grant that aims to help young people ”gain the skills and knowledge they need to enroll in and complete secondary school and postsecondary...

    Lake-Sumter Community College selected to compete for prestigious Aspen Prize

     
    Fourteen Florida colleges have been selected to compete among 120 schools nationwide for the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence — more than any other state in the country, according to the Florida Department of Education. The 120 colleges,...