State Department of Education Commissioner McQueen has announced Tennessee’s 2017 Reward Schools, which include the top five percent of schools for academic achievement and the top five percent for student growth.
The schools involved include 169 schools from across the state.
Lincoln County High School has earned this prestigious recognition for the second consecutive year. The school is joined in this recognition by six other schools in the South Central Tennessee CORE region, including Moore County High School as the only other high school recipient.
Lincoln County High School was named a Reward School for Progress. The school was one of 85 schools to receive this distinction, announced Oct. 20.
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