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Photo courtesy of Jeff Phillips

Three Harlan County High School students were honored during a Harlan County Board of Education meeting on Sept. 19 for their acceptance and participation in the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program. GSP is a five-week long program that has been giving rising high school seniors a taste of college since 1983. Pictured with Superintendent Brent Roark is Harlan County High School student Alley Alred.

Photo courtesy of Jeff Phillips

Three Harlan County High School students were honored during a Harlan County Board of Education meeting on Sept. 19 for their acceptance and participation in the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program. GSP is a five-week long program that has been giving rising high school seniors a taste of college since 1983. Pictured with Superintendent Brent Roark is Harlan County High School student Caleb Ashley.

Photo courtesy of Jeff Phillips

Three Harlan County High School students were honored during a Harlan County Board of Education meeting on Sept. 19 for their acceptance and participation in the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program. GSP is a five-week long program that has been giving rising high school seniors a taste of college since 1983. Pictured with Superintendent Brent Roark is Harlan County High School student J.J. Ramsey.

Photo courtesy of Jeff Phillips

A student from Harlan County High School was honored during a Harlan County Board of Education meeting on Sept. 19 for his acceptance and participation in the Roger’s Scholars Program. The Center for Rural Development’s program has worked on building a variety of skills while preparing rising high school juniors for college since 1998. Pictured with Superintendent Brent Roark is HCHS student Brett Roark.

By Emily Perkins

emily.perkins@harlandaily.com