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  •  Two ECA students demonstrate their robot while girls look on.

    JCECA Students Encourage the Next Generation

    G-Force Robotics, a high school robotics team and SWENext club (Society of Women Engineers) located in Clayton, N.C., celebrated National Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2023 by inviting local elementary and middle school girls to their build space to showcase how engineering principles are a major part of their FIRST Robotics Competition team. Two Johnston County Early College Academy STEM students who are part of the team helped showcase what it means to be a girl in engineering.

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  • Students to cut lumber as part of a ramp project they built.

    JCECA Students Use Robotics Training to Help Local Veterans

    Ask any member of G-Force Robotics what her team is about and you’re likely to hear two things: robots and community service. This all-girl, high school FIRST Robotics Competition team started in April 2022 with a mission of inspiring and empowering young women in STEM and robotics, and making a difference in their community.

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    JCECA Students Participate in Battle of the Books

    Students at JCECA took part in the district's Battle of the Books competition for the first time in 2022!

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    JCECA Wins Great Schools Award!

    GreatSchools collects and analyzes data from all 51 state departments of education and the federal government to provide analysis, insights, and school quality ratings for parents, partners, researchers, and policymakers.

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  •  A math teacher models the use of lightboard technology

    Collaborative Learning with JCC

    From white board to lightboard, Johnston Community College collaborates with the local public school system to help teachers go virtual.

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