District News

  • AMHS student refurbishes sewing machine and donates to SOA

    A junior at Academic Magnet High School (AMHS) and his father recently had the opportunity to spend some quality time together working on an unlikely project. Jeremiah Benton and his father Eugene were gifted a 1926 sewing machine by Mount Pleasant resident Shari Sebuck.

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  • Marsha Neal wins PSTA scholarship for professional development

    Deer Park Middle School teacher Marsha Neal has been selected as one of ten winners of the 2021 Dr. Elizabeth Gressette Professional Development Scholarship. The scholarship is sponsored by Palmetto StateTeachers Association’s (PSTA) Foundation for Professional Development and is awarded annually to encourage and support PSTA members in pursuing advanced degrees.

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  • Thirty CCSD students earn the distinction of National Merit Scholarship Finalists

    Thirty Charleston County School District (CCSD) students have earned the prestigious honor of Finalist in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, which is run by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).

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  • Chapman awarded Good Citizen award for Eagle Scout project

    Owen Chapman was awarded the Daughters of the America Revolution (DAR) Good Citizen Award this month, in part for his Eagle Scout project collecting hearing aids for refurbishment and distribution to those in need.

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  • North Charleston's Lawson repeats as state champ in wrestling

    North Charleston High School's star wrestler Joseph Lawson didn't get to participate in a full season this year due to the pandemic, but the senior made the most of the matches he competed in. Lawson finished a perfect 8-0 on his way to winning the South Carolina High School League AAA 195-pound state championship on March 6, 2021,

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  • Cooper River CAS hosts school and community blood drive

    Cooper River Center for Advanced Studies (CAS) hosted a school and community blood drive Tuesday, March 9, 2021. This was the first of two blood drives planned for this year; the next one is scheduled for May 5, 2021.

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  • Military Magnet brings home first state title in basketball

    The Military Magnet Academy (MMA) girls’ basketball team just missed out on the state championship last year, falling in the finals. This year, the Eagles would not be denied; they captured the South Carolina High School League Class A crown with a 54-49 victory over Southside Christian on Saturday, March 6, 2021, in Aiken, SC.

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