All of the first and second year students who attended the Jackson River Governor’s School at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College this past spring earned the new “Science and Mathematics Career Studies Certificate”, a 17-credit course of study designed for individuals interested in STEM careers (science, technology, engineering and mathematics.) This was the first year that this particular certificate was offered by DSLCC. Pictured, with their home high school affiliation, first row, from left: Trey Honts, Alleghany High School (AHS); Seth Fertig, Covington High School (CHS); Hannah Craft and Savannah Snider, Parry McCluer High School (PMHS); Makayla Bowker, Khrea Hernandez and Kelly Rock (AHS); Evan Rose (CHS); Madison Armontrout and Margaret Donnan, AHS. Second row: Luke Bradley (AHS); Maia Baldridge, (PMHS); Aysha Wright, Cassie Conner, Lexi Harlow, Elaina Fridley, Wyatt Gray, Elias Linsin, T.J. Koonce and Henry Wood (AHS). Third row: Riley Griffith and Romeo D’Arpa (AHS); Nate Brinkley, James River High School (JRHS); Kenzie Hampton and Amelia Kahle (AHS); Trevor McLaughlin (CHS); Seth Carter and Chris McHenry (AHS); Aaron Loan, Bath County High School; Xavier Storey, Mark Walton and Caleb Brown (AHS). Not pictured: Giovanni Walters (AHS); Lizzie Baker ( CHS); and Andrew Harless (JRHS). The certificates were presented to each student during DSLCC’s commencement exercises held in May. For more information about the Governor’s School, contact Director Eddie Graham at (540) 863-2872 or email email@example.com. Fall semester classes begin August 21 at DSLCC.