This year, 32 students from the Lake Land College Adult Education and program passed the GED exam. To honor their accomplishments, a cap and gown ceremony was recently held in the college theater located in the Robert K. Luther Student Center.
Lake Land College President Josh Bullock presented the keynote address, and described the great accomplishment the graduates had achieved.
For the class of 2015, three students received high honors, which is designated for students who score 680 or above on the GED exam. Students receiving high honors status include: Tyler Ames, Sigel; Nathan Beachy, Tuscola; and Sarah Housh, Pana.
This year, Tyler Ames, Sigel, received the Lake Land College Presidential Scholarship, a full tuition waiver to attend Lake Land College, beginning this fall semester. Additionally, Justin Lamb, Shelbyville, received the Adult Education GED Scholarship, which is based on the student’s essay and application in addition to GED exam scores. Lamb intends to study Automotive Technology at Lake Land this fall in pursuit of an associate degree.