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Nine Chatham County students will attend gifted program

Posted Sunday, March 28, 2004

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Nine Chatham County Schools students have been selected to attend the 2004 North Carolina Governor's School, an annual summer program for academically or intellectually gifted high school students in the state.

Students are nominated by their high schools and are selected to attend Governor's School, the oldest statewide summer residential program of its type in the nation, through a state selection committee.

The students include Kynlon Snipes and Sarah Johnson from Jordan-Matthews High School and Aaron M. Robinson, Taylor Adams, Abigail Wilson, Mark Gussman, Kristen Norwood, Leighann Cleland and Anthony Strowd of Northwood High School.

The 2004 session opens on June 13 and ends on July 24. The program has been funded by the N.C. General Assembly since 1963.

 
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