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NLC Adopts Three…

Northeast Lakeview College officially adopts Corbett JH, Schertz Elementary and Rose Garden Elementary for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Adopt A School Feature

NLC Adopts Three SCUCISD Schools

Northeast Lakeview College (NLC) and Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD) kick-offed its Adopt-A-School Initiative for the 2015-2016 school year with a Proclamation Ceremony on August 27. Dr. Greg Gibson, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD superintendent, and Dr. Craig Follins, Northeast Lakeview College president, partner to bring the college experience to SCUCISD students at all levels along the education pathway (from Pre-K to high school).

NLC will adopt Corbett Junior High School, Schertz Elementary, and Rose Garden Elementary and during the next academic year, will provide mentoring to students at each of the three schools. The project will also include academic success skills, service learning, college campus visits to NLC, and other activities throughout the year.

“The initiative will directly impact more than 2,500 students and help develop an understanding of college and the importance of setting goals,” says Dr. Craig Follins. Additionally, as House Bill (HB5) rolls out, partnerships between ISD's and local colleges is imperative. HB5 discusses the importance of getting ISD students college ready. Through initiatives like this one, ISD’s can work together with colleges to make students more successful as they begin college level coursework.

"Getting students interested, informed, and engaged in college as early as possible is our main goal here," Follins says. "Research indicates the more students become engaged in the college experience, the more likely they will succeed."

SCUCISD is repeatedly one of Northeast Lakeview College’s top sender school districts. In fact, last year Steele High School was NLC’s top sender school.

Pictured (L to R) - Dr. Greg Gibson, SCUCISD superintendent and Dr. Craig Follins, NLC president, officially sign the adopt-a-school partnership into action at a proclamation ceremony on August 27.