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For dozens of high school students in Cleveland and Rutherford counties, this summer will offer unique opportunities for developing new insight into the practical application of principles they have learned throughout the school year. Through grants from the Stonecutter Foundation (Spindale, N.C.) and the Duke Energy Foundation (Charlotte, N.C.), Gardner-Webb University is planning five week-long academies, which will offer local students enrichment in the subjects of math, science and computer science. The Stonecutter Foundation will sponsor academies for participants from Rutherford County high schools.
Duke Energy Foundation, Emily Robbins, Jay Zimmer, Jim Johnson, Nick Longerbeam, Stonecutter Foundation, Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy
Office of University Communications, "High School Students Prepare for Upcoming Learning Opportunities at Gardner-Webb" (2015). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1182.