Academy aims to foster leadership in young people

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Thirty students in the 10th through 12th grades at FCHS recently began the Chick-Fil-A Leadership Academy.

Students chosen for the Chick-Fil-A Leadership Academy at Franklin County High School are (in no particular order) seniors Alex Henry, Alyssa Yacobacci, Brandon Duncan, Claire Conner, Emma Maffett, Jayce Kimsey, Julian Rangel, Keaton Burton, Kennedy Williams and Micah Roebuck; juniors Allie Royston, Austin Norris, Cole Bunner, Connor Hill, Erin Scully, Everett Haselden, Faith Hart, Hannah Callahan, Jean Swancey and Mason Kelley; and sophomores Allison Rich, Canyon Randall, Chandler Coulter, Eryn Vaca Zamudi
CARNESVILLE – A group of Franklin County High School students have been chosen to learn one of the secrets behind the U.S.’s top fast-food restaurants. Thirty students in the 10th through 12th…

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