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AHS DESTINY Challenge

  • The second annual DESTINY Challenge took place at Athol High School on Thursday, December 20. The class of 2019 was challenged to have at least 80% of their students complete at least one college application by December break. The AHS seniors were up to the challenge and saw 84% of the class apply to college. "It was a great success!" said DESTINY Challenge Founder Kyle LaTuilippe of the North Central Mass Talent Search Program. "The program is intended to get students motivated about their future and this was absolutely accomplished today. Athol High School has a great cast of people who support their students.  Today's success would not be possible without the guidance team, faculty, leadership and NCMTS Director AngeleGoss." Athol High School had students accepted into colleges such as Worcester State, Western New England, Fitchburg State, Mount Wachusett Community College and Greenfield Community College during the event.  —Submitted photo

Published: 1/4/2019 9:05:21 AM
Modified: 1/4/2019 9:05:25 AM

AHS DESTINY Challenge

The second annual DESTINY Challenge took place at Athol High School on Thursday, December 20. The class of 2019 was challenged to have at least 80% of their students complete at least one college application by December break. The AHS seniors were up to the challenge and saw 84% of the class apply to college. "It was a great success!" said DESTINY Challenge Founder Kyle LaTuilippe of the North Central Mass Talent Search Program. "The program is intended to get students motivated about their future and this was absolutely accomplished today. Athol High School has a great cast of people who support their students.  Today's success would not be possible without the guidance team, faculty, leadership and NCMTS Director Angele Goss." Athol High School had students accepted into colleges such as Worcester State, Western New England, Fitchburg State, Mount Wachusett Community College and Greenfield Community College during the event. 


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