Stephen Wallace of Goose Creek was among a record number of graduates – 3,478 – presented with diplomas at UMass Lowell’s commencement exercises on Saturday, May 17 at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell.
Jordan Smith, 16, a student at Stratford High School, has been awarded the Animal Forest Volunteer of the Year award at Charles Towne Landing.
Berkeley County School Board voted 6-1 Tuesday for the first of two readings to a policy addition concerning parent volunteer coaches in the district.
Marrington Elementary School’s faculty, staff recently took part in the school’s first Red Cross Blood Drive.
Taryn Wetherington, a rising junior vocal performance major at Charleston Southern University, has advanced to the semifinal round of competition in the inaugural year of the National Student Auditions for the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
Marrington Elementary School students ended the year on a fun note by holding Field Day at the school.
Before the end of the school year, Marrington Elementary School second graders completed an animal unit with a take-home project.
Laura Marie Frazier of Goose Creek graduated on Friday, May 23, from the S.C. Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, located in Greenville. …
There was a battle at Marrington Elementary School this May.
Where would you go with $100,000?
Marrington Elementary School students and staff were delighted during a recent lunch at The MNE Café on a sunny Thursday afternoon.
Noreen Stackhouse and Brenda Willis’ Kindergarten class at Boulder Bluff Elementary School recently had a fun time on a “Kids Who Care” field trip.
A Cane Bay High student’s drawing has won a statewide competition for an anti-violence school campaign.
Thomas R. (Tom) Dobbins has been named director of Clemson University’s Cooperative Extension Service.
Charleston Southern University conferred degrees upon almost 600 graduates May 3 at North Charleston Coliseum. The Class of 2014 included the first graduates of the master of science in organizational management and the bachelor of arts in music and worship leadership.
U.S. Navy Captain Eugene F. Paluso, will be the new commandant for the S.C. Corps of Cadets at The Citadel, the school announced last week.
Marrington Elementary School faculty and staff held a volunteer reception to thank their hard working volunteers for everything they continually do …
Marrington Elementary School Improvement Council, led by school Principal Barb Webber, had a special treat for their final meeting for the school …
Christina-Lin Brown of Goose Creek, a sophomore biology major at the University of South Carolina, received the President’s Volunteer Service Award at the silver level at the university’s Leadership and Service Awards ceremony.
Marrington second grade students recently studied government – and received a special visit from Goose Creek Mayor Michael Heitzler.
Kiyona Trevino is a visual art student at Marrington Middle School of the Arts. She recently won the Lowcountry Lion’s Club “Peace Poster” contest …
Fifth grade students at Marrington Elementary learned about their environment as they participated in the “Kids Who Care” activities at Old Santee …
The Boulder Bluff Elementary School chorus recently performed at the S.C. State House in Columbia. Choral Director and BBE music teacher Cindy Brewer …
The Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics (GSSM) is now accepting applications for “CREATEng,” GSSM’s new, one-of-a-kind, four-day immersion into engineering and design-based thinking for rising ninth graders in the Lowcountry.
The Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics (GSSM) is accepting applications for GoSciTech, GSSM’s weeklong, residential summer camp for rising eighth, ninth and 10th graders.
Lauren James of Goose Creek recently took the top spot in the Water Missions International Poetry contest.
Students and Staff at Marrington Elementary School recently went “Quacky for Camo” in support of the American Heart Association.
The Berkeley County School Board issued a proclamation Tuesday of last week urging state and local funding for continued improvement a worrisome intersection near schools in Sangaree.
This is the story of children who didn’t fall through the cracks. Something stopped their fall.