EBR Academic Honors Day

MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE… 

 

RED STICK 5K SCHOLARSHIP RUN

SATURDAY, MAY 3, 2014

8 A.M. – BEGINNING ON 4TH ST.

and…

2014 ACADEMIC HONORS DAY

SATURDAY, MAY 10, 2014

8 A.M. @ LOUISIANA STATE MUSUEM

SPONSORED BY:

gerry lane

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Join us for  TWO outstanding events in honor high school juniors who are academically excelling! The Red Stick Scholarship 5k Run is set for May 3, 2014, and will raise money for student scholarships.  The 2014 Academic Honors Day Celebration will follow on May 10, 2014, where East Baton Rouge high school juniors and seniors who have earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 and above will be honored for their exemplary academic achievements this school year.

These students will  receive a special award for their academic achievements and have the opportunity to explore a number of colleges that will be  on-site to provide enrollment/scholarship information.  This year,  one lucky winner will drive away in a new Chevy Spark compliments of Gerry Lane Enterprises.

EBR HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS AND SENIORS WHO HAVE EARNED A CUMULATIVE GPA OF 3.0 OR ABOVE WILL RECEIVE INVITATIONS PRIOR TO THE EVENT.  FOR QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT THE HIGH SCHOOL’S COUNSELING OFFICE.

SUPPORT THE CAUSE AS WE HONOR OUR SCHOLARS!

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR TO BECOME A SPONSOR…EMAIL US AT ACADEMICHONORSDAY@GMAIL.COM or click here for the flyer.

These events are brought to you by the EBR Academic Honors Network:  Judge Wilson Fields, Founder/Chair, the Louisiana Board of Regents, Baton Rouge Area Chamber, EBR School Board, Hillar Moore – District Attorney– 19th District, EBR Clerk of Court Office, EBR Office of the Mayor/President, Cumulus Media, and the LA AFL-CIO. 

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