April 27, 2018 RSS feed / Education

Richland Northeast High School student places in 2018 NAACP ACT-SO Columbia competition

Miracle Chatman is a student who currently attends Richland Northeast High School. Along with 24 other high school students from the Midlands, she placed in the 2018 NAACP ACT- SO Columbia awards ceremony Sunday, April 15.  More...

Scholars Magnet students changing laws

Ridge View High School’s Scholars Academy Magnet for Business and Law juniors Reilly Arford, Kay Brown, Lauryn Wilson, and Rhiannon Thompson had the opportunity to meet with attorneys Jack Cohoon from South Carolina Legal Aid and Elliott Daniel More...

Ridge View student places in Science Symposium

Tobi Ariyo, a student at Ridge View Institute of Health Sciences, placed fourth at the Department of Defense Junior Science and Humanities Symposium.  He presented his research on Selective Inactivation of Drug Seeking Neuronal Ensembles in Coc More...

Center for Knowledge director named

Jessica Agee, the current Center for Knowledge (CFK) and Center for Knowledge North (CFKN) Lead Teacher will begin the 2018-2019 school year with a new title.  At a recent board meeting, Superintendent Dr. Baron R. More...

Ridge View student speaks about his fight with leukemia

Ridge View High School Senior R’Quan Tyler was chosen to speak on WLXM-FM 103.1 radio station as part of a fundraiser for the Children’s Hospital.  He has been fighting leukemia for over two years.  More...

Lexington Two principal is president-elect of S.C. Association for Middle Level Education

A Lexington Two principal is the new president elect of the South Carolina Association for Middle Level Education (SCAMLE).  More...

Blythewood High School teacher nominated for Harris History Teacher award

Scott Auspelmyer of Blythewood High School was nominated for the Harris History Teacher Award by Coastal Carolina University, administrator of the National History Day program in South Carolina.  The Harris History Teacher of the Year award is s More...

Former Airport High principal to serve as interim

A familiar face has returned to Airport High School to serve as interim principal.  Frank Jovanelly, who was Airport’s principal for 10 years, will now serve as interim, as the district conducts a search for a new principal. More...