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Dual Studies Student of the Month

Alisha Lakhani

Alisha Lakhani has been selected as the Student of the Month. She will be in the graduating class of 2017 at Oak Ridge High School. Alisha’s favorite subjects are Spanish and early childhood education. She’s involved in the Ismaili Community Engaged in Responsible Volunteering (ICERV) group. She likes to volunteer and hopes to be able to assist undeveloped countries and teach young children. Alisha’s career goals include majoring in education where she can be a Child-Life Specialist.

Congratulations, Alisha!

Previous Students of the Month

Dual enrollment helped student start path toward nursing degree

Chelsea Smith used state grants to help pay for dual enrollment classes. She will use Tennessee Promise – the statewide program that provides two years of tuition-free community college – to help pay for her nursing degree.

“That’s part of what drove me to finish my prerequisites in high school so that Tennessee Promise could pay for the nursing degree,” Smith said. “My nursing salary will not have to go to paying off student loans. I am thankful for that. Read More...

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Phone: (865) 882-4504
Email: grantsm@roanestate.edu

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This program relies heavily on the dedication of high school counselors to make the classes happen - thank you.  Roane State seeks to assist you in developing appropriate programs of study that enable your students to transition seamlessly to postsecondary education.

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