January 31, 2014 RSS feed / Education

Ridge View High School Institute of Health Sciences magnet students copy genes

The 11th grade Allied Health and Bio- Health magnet students are learning about DNA technologies that scientist use every day, Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and Gel Electrophoresis. More...

Community education classes begin at Rogers Center

Registration has begun for community education classes. You may register until classes begin; however, early registration is recommended as courses fill early. For further information on courses offered, call 736- 8787 ext. 25103. More...

Spring Valley High School to host information night for parents and students

Spring Valley High School’s School Counseling Department will host an information night for parents and students February 11 from 6-7:30 p.m. Speakers will present information on three different areas: Live, Learn, and Work.  More...

Ridge View High School on honor roll for S.C. School Improvement Council award

Ridge View High School is in the running for the 2014 S.C. School Improvement Council Award. Ridge View is one of seven schools named to the Honor Roll for the Dick and Tunky Riley Award for School Improvement Council Excellence. More...

Hammond School wins at S.C. Independent School Association’s High School Math Meet

After studying all the answers, the winners in the South Carolina Independent School Association’s High School Math Meet have been determined.  SCISA Executive Director Larry Watt announced --the teams from The Hammond School received seco More...

Mystery Date-Speed Dating Tech Style Session at Blythewood High School

Who says Professional Learning isn’t fun? Recently, at Blythewood High School the teachers shared with other teachers on what technology activities work in their classrooms by Speed Dating. More...