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BETH AND HORACE STUBBLEFIELD LEARNING CENTER

 
In April, 1991, the Texas Board of Education adopted rules under which a school district could outline a private or community-based organization to provide education for students who have dropped out of school or are at-risk of dropping out of school.  This new rationale for learning was implemented in Angelina County through a countywide non-traditional campus for high school students under the direction of the Angelina County Chamber of Commerce Foundation Board (an advisory board of county superintendents and area business/industry executives). Thus the BETH AND HORACE STUBBLEFIELD LEARNING CENTER was created.  This unique center was named in loving memory of two Angelina County citizens who were involved in community and education activities for over forty years. 

The SLC was originally located at 206 N. John Redditt Drive.  In 2005, it moved to it's present location at 502 College Drive in Lufkin, Texas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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