Batesburg-Leesville, SC - B-L High rising sophomore, Arora Harris, daughter of Russ and Mary Harris; and rising juniors Brandon Maroney, son of Robert and Chanlyn Maroney; and Michael Sulton, son of Genola Sulton were selected to attend The Nathan M. Wolfe Law Enforcement Academy, held at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy on June 17 – 23.
Participating cadets must be high school students of good character, age 16-18 who have not reach the age of 19 by June1, 2017 who will return to their communities with a better understanding of our state’s law enforcement system. This program is educational as well as entertaining. The cadets are housed at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy. All three Batesburg-Leesville High School students participate in the Law Enforcement program under the direction of Aqkwele Polidore.
American Legion Post 61, provides scholarships to offset the cost of program for students at B-L High.
Nathan M Wolfe Law Enforcement Academy participants from Batesburg-Leesville High School, Arora Harris, Michael Sulton and Brandon Maroney are pictured with American Legion Post 61 Commander, John Kneece and Law Enforcement instructor, Aqkwele Polidore.