Overcoming rainy weather and logistic complications, University of South Carolina Relay for Life raised more than $84,000 to support the American Cancer Society.
H. E. Corley Elementary recently received four oak trees to add to their school campus from the Irmo Arbor Day Committee.
From fun with friends and road trips to catching up on homework and simply resting, college students have lots of options on Saturdays. This week, many chose to spend the day off serving others.
Officials from Lexington-Richland District Five announced Friday that a fourth grader from the district has won an award in the 2021 Magnet Schools of America Poster Contest.
Richland School District Two teacher Dr. Timothy Hicks was just named the 2021 State Outstanding Teacher of American History. The decision was made by the South Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution after he was nominated by Columbia's William Capers Chapter.
There were hundreds of Lexington-Richland School District Five staff members who received their COVID-19 vaccine Friday at the first of two COVID vaccination events.
Kylie Pittman, a student at Dutch Fork Middle School was able to make her dreams a reality by becoming a published author.
Lexington County School District One's board of trustees approved the naming of the new school under construction on Old Cherokee Road. The approval was made during a meeting that took place Mar. 16.
Pontiac Elementary School teacher, Lisa Rayner will be honored by the University of South Carolina's School of Music as part of the school's "Celebrating Local Heroes with the Concert Truck" series.
State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman surprised Chapin High School teacher, Amy Carter, Monday with news that she has been selected as one of five finalists for the prestigious South Carolina Teacher of the Year award. Lexington-Richland Five representatives notified the public as…
A Lexington-Richland School District Five teacher has been selected as the Lexington Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8738 Teacher of the Year.
There is a possibility of inclement weather across South Carolina Thursday, including the risk of potential tornadoes, hail, and heavy rain.
Irmo High School junior, Justin Hayes won the 4A 152 weight class division in the wrestling state championship at Dreher High School Saturday.
Lexington-Richland School District Five announced updates and details about its in-person 2021 graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2021.
The University of South Carolina announced Wednesday that in-person commencement ceremonies will be held in May. The ceremonies will take place at Williams-Brice Stadium, The Koger Center and UofSC's historic Horseshoe.
Elise Gleaton, a sophomore at Lexington High School, has been named as a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders.
The University of South Carolina announced Monday the school's plan for a full return to face-to-face classes and the resumption of normal campus operations this fall.
Public school students lost learning steam during pandemic closures last fall, but are starting to get back on track, according to Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman.
East Point Academy Middle Campus Beta Club hosted a “Heart for Giving” canned food drive, collecting more than 300 pounds for canned food for Harvest Hope Food Bank.
Dr. Sandra Manning has been carrying out the unique duties of a school psychologist for more than four decades. She was just awarded the 2021 Presidential Award from the National Association of School Psychologists last week during a virtual conference.
The Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center is accepting applications for the Doris Burkett Scholarship.
Year 23 for the University of South Carolina’s largest student-run philanthropy included challenges unlike any other, but the USC Dance Marathon team persevered and succeeded despite it all.
March is Women’s History Month, and a program hosted by Richland Library throughout the month will give outstanding women in the Midlands a chance to show off their talents and share their wisdom.
Visitors to Cutler Jewish Day School in Forest Acres might want to watch their steps this spring. Second and third-grade students are creating a bog garden featuring native carnivorous plants, thanks to a $500 grant from the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District.
Officials from Ben Lippen School announced Thursday that the school will be expanding with the addition of a new lower-school location in northeast Columbia. According to Ben Lippen's Headmaster Tony Fajardo, the northeast location will be in partnership with Sandhills Community Church.
It’s safe to say almost everyone has pondered the existence of life on another planet at least once. One large group of scientists from across the world has launched a spacecraft that will be landing on Mars to find out the answer to that question.
Richland School District Two announced Thursday that Dent Middle is the latest school in the district to make the list of 'Schools to Watch' by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform.
Lexington-Richland School District Five announced Tuesday that eight seniors have been named candidates in the 2021 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
Do you know how to recognize the symptoms of anxiety? The CDC says 7.1% of U.S. children aged 3-17 years (approximately 4.4 million) have diagnosed anxiety, and many more go undiagnosed.
Irmo High School International School for the Arts junior, Alex Blocker, has been named the 2021 United States Senate Youth Program Scholarship (USSYP) winner by the South Carolina Department of Education.
Representatives from Richland School District Two announced the two students within the district who have been named candidates for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. Emilei M. Addington of Ridge View High School and Taahera B. Islam of Spring Valley High School are among thousands nati…
Two schools in Lexington-Richland District Five have been selected to participate in the 2021 school garden & education assistance program.
Lexington-Richland District Five officials announced Monday that the Student Nutrition Department has received a $5,000 grant to help fund the district's farm to school practices by introducing food waste recycling into the school lunch program.
The 2021-2022 school year might be seven months away, but Richland School District One has now opened registration for its prekindergarten program for three and four-year olds. Due to limited space, parents are encouraged to begin registering their children as soon as possible.
Lexington-Richland District Five representatives announced last week that H. E. Corley Elementary School has received a $1,500 Innovation Grant from Special Olympics South Carolina and has been recognized as a Unified Champion School.
Benedict College will be part of a partnership with Propel Center, a new global campus headquartered in Atlanta that will support innovative learning and development for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) nationwide.
Lexington-Richland School District Five will hold its 2021 teacher recruitment event Feb. 6 to give jobseekers an opportunity to learn more about schools and services in the district. Jobseekers will also have the opportunity to talk one-on-one with administrators.
Dancers from East Point Academy competed in the virtual Taoli World Dance Competition in December, earning a total of eight awards. East Point competed against more than 600 nationwide performers in the competition.
Underrepresented minority students in South Carolina are eligible to apply for $500,000 in scholarships to be awarded by Dominion Energy.
Lexington County School District One school counselors Crissy Roddy and Anna Duvall recently published a resource book titled, Managing Student Anxiety in School Settings.