2016 High School Graduation Schedule
High school graduations are right around the corner. Make sure you know where and when they are held. The full Charleston County School District 2016 high school graduation schedule can be viewed here.
Laing STEM Celebration
Students and staff at Laing Middle School recently treated area community and business leaders to a tour of their new facility. At the event, State Senator Larry Grooms presented Principal Whitehair with a special Senate Resolution congratulating the school on its many honors and accomplishments! Click here to see more pictures.
Liberty Hill Teacher Selected for Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy
Liberty Hill Academy special education teacher Jennifer Sutton has been selected by the National Council of Teachers in Mathematics and the National Science Teachers Association to be trained at the 2016 Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, NJ! Congrats, Ms. Sutton!
Mary Ford Elementary Hosts Senior Walk Day
Garrett Academy graduating seniors paraded in their caps and gowns as they participated in a Senior Walk at Mary Ford Elementary School. Check out more pictures from the day of celebration. Pictured: Mary Ford teacher Willa McGirth-Moody, Garrett senior Altoria Brown, and Garrett Principal Charity Summers.
North Charleston Creative Arts Dedication Ceremony
West Ashley ASM Student Wins State Oratorical Contest!
Madison Glover, 7th grade student at West Ashley-Advanced Studies Magnet, recently won the Optimist State Oratorical Contest for the girls division! She competed against middle and high school students across the state and received a $2,500 scholarship!
Stall HS Student Interviewed for Upcoming Graduation Series
Congratulations to Communities in Schools student Kenton Kelley of Stall High School! He is being interviewed today as part of an upcoming graduation series put together by The74, a non-profit news site covering education in America.
Javelin Thrower at AMHS Profiled by Post and Courier
Liam Christensen, a junior at Academic Magnet High School, was recently profiled by the Post and Courier for his efforts to reinstate the javelin throw at high school meets. Read the story here.