Lisbon High School was selected as a recipient of an Aspiration Grant awarded by the MELMAC Education Foundation. Pictured receiving the planning phase implementation award is Ken Healey, principal, with Wendy Ault, MELMAC director, and Holly Dana, grant coach. “Over the next four years $56,500 is targeted to connecting aspirations to a plan for our student to pursue a post-secondary education thanks to the MELMAC Grant,” said Healey. “A new dimension of the grant starting this year provides us with an opportunity to include our middle school students at Philip W. Sugg,” said Monica Millhime, grant lead. Since 2003 the MELMAC Education Foundation has provided funding to assist Maine high schools, vocational centers, adult education programs and nonprofit organizations in adopting best practices from proven college access programs.