College courses to be offered at LHS
Published 12:00 am Thursday, August 19, 2004
Special to the Journal
Lurleen B. Wallace Community College will offer classes in Crenshaw County on the Luverne High School Campus.
Superintendent of Crenshaw County Schools Kathi Wallace has been instrumental in helping to arrange for classes to be taught in Luverne.
These courses will be offered on a two-night per week format (4:00 - 5:15 pm or 5:30 - 6:45 pm) or one night per week (7:00 - 9:30 pm).
Classes will be taught in the junior high building.
Courses will be offered in English Composition, World Literature, Western Civilization, Intermediate College Algebra, Precalculus Algebra, General Psychology, History of World Religions, and Fundamentals of Oral Communications.
All courses will meet the requirements for the general studies component of the articulation guide with four-year universities.
Adults as well as high school students who have completed the tenth grade are encouraged to enroll in courses at this convenient location in Luverne.
Several of the instructors will be well-known in Crenshaw County such as Gary Spurlin and Cindy Freeman who both teach at Luverne High School.
Students may register at the Greenville, Andalusia, or Opp Campus of LBWCC through August 23.
For registration information contact Judy Hall 334-222-6591, ext 2271 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Michael Daniel, LBW Community College, Andalusia Campus at 334-222-6591, ext. 2213 or email email@example.com.