LFCC’s Cybersecurity Program receives accreditation

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Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) Cybersecurity program has been recognized by  Accreditation Board for Engineering Technology.

The accreditation will remain in effect through 2026.

The cybersecurity program at LFCC is one of the first in the world and the only Community College Program to receive accreditation.

Accreditation means the program meets rigorous industry standards and produces graduates prepared to enter critical technical fields.

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FCPS expect to award over 1,000 diplomas in 3 days

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Three high schools will present diplomas to more than 1,000 seniors over three days.

In person commencement exercises start tomorrow Jun. 16 and last through Friday Jun.18 in Frederick County.

Millbrook High School’s ceremony begins at 6 tomorrow Jun. 16 with approximately 320 seniors at Pioneer Stadium.

Sherando High School has approximately 360 seniors expecting diplomas at Arrowhead Stadium Thurs. Jun. 17 starting at 7.

James Wood High School’s graduation starts at 7 Fri. Jun. 18 with approximately 340 receiving diplomas at Kelican Stadium.

Law enforcement will be on hand to help with traffic flow but you should arrive early to avoid congestion.

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