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High-achieving Bolton students earn trip to Lake Placid

Several of the 50 Bolton Central Honor students rewarded with a trip to the U.S. Olympic training facilities in Lake Placid pose for a photo on  one of the training center’s ski slopes.

Several of the 50 Bolton Central Honor students rewarded with a trip to the U.S. Olympic training facilities in Lake Placid pose for a photo on one of the training center’s ski slopes.

— The Bolton Central Student Council sponsored a field trip recently to reward the high school’s top academic achievers.

On Jan. 16, no less than 50 Honor Roll students took a trip to Lake Placid to watch world class athletes train for the World Cup Freestyle Ski Jumping competition.

The training session was concluded with a ride to the top of the tallest jumping tower, followed up by a pizza lunch at the Olympic center’s ice skating rink.

For many years, the BCS Student Council has been hosting incentive trips and events at Bolton to celebrate the hard work and accomplishments of local honor students — and to encourage all students to join the ranks of the Honor Roll.

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