Vierheller, Guest Speaker at Floyd County Early College Academy Ceremony
Dr. Tom Vierheller, Professor of Biology at Big Sandy Community & Technical College (BSCTC) was selected by the Floyd County Early College Academy Class of 2022 to address graduates at a recognition ceremony held Wednesday, May 11 at Floyd Central High School.
In his remarks, Dr. Vierheller commended the graduates for their perseverance and academic success during the COVID-19 pandemic. He expressed his impressions, “Your character and hard work have developed into a tradition among students at the Floyd County Early College Academy… which has been a highlight of my career.”
Dr. Vierheller concluded his remarks with encouragement for the students to continue their hard work, continue to develop their talents and serve others.
The Floyd County Early College Academy (FCECA) is a collaborative program between Floyd County Schools and Big Sandy Community & Technical College. FCECA enables students to obtain a quality high school education while at the same time earning college credit that counts toward an associate degree in arts or science. The FCECA is located on the Prestonsburg campus of BSCTC. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Big Sandy Community & Technical College (BSCTC) provides accessible quality educational opportunities for student success, promotes economic growth and enhances the quality of life of its constituents. As the region’s premier community and technical college, BSCTC is recognized as the first choice for higher education; academic achievement; cultural enrichment; student success; and community, workforce and economic development. With campuses in Prestonsburg, Paintsville, Hager Hill and Pikeville, BSCTC offers 30 programs and more than 200 credentials. Visit www.bigsandy.kctcs.edu to learn more.