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ACT Scrimmage in progress at Adair County High School

2012-12-06 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY - Photo By Travis Gay, ACHS photo. Adair County High School juniors are taking part in an ACT scrimmage today, Thursday, November 6, 2012. All 11th grade students assumed their seat in the gymnasium in a highly organized, timed practice. While ACT scores rose last year at ACHS, there is still ample room for improvement. According to Superintendent Alan Reed, students must have high ACT scores to be eligible for scholarships and to gain the most sought after spots in universities and technology programs. Assistant Principal, Travis Gay, who took the photo, says the event was orchestrated by the ACHS leadership team and counselors Leslie Melton and Ann Young (at podium.
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