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Spring EOC Exam Schedule
The Spring End-of-Course exam schedule is available. Please make sure that your student is on time for exams. They need to be at school NO LATER than 8:30 each day.
Class of 2019 Graduation Information!
Graduation is less than a month away, and is A LOT left to do and enjoy for the Class of 2019. Mrs. Sallie Wiggins has put together a list of important dates for the senior class!
FREE opportunities for the Class of 2020 to check out in-state colleges and other sites! Space is limited! Get the scoop here!
Report to Parents 2019
Mrs. Maureen Tiller, Principal of Clinton High School, has released the 2018-19 Report to Parents. Go here to read it.
Raber Wins 2nd Place Award
CHS Junior art student Sydney Raber won 2nd place and a $300 prize for her mixed media piece, Geode, pictured to the right. The competition was held at Brevard College in Brevard, NC.
Congratulations, Sydney, and to CHS art teacher Adri Jordan.
On Tuesday, April 23, the Princess Crew and the Student Council presented a check to Make-A-Wish SC for $4225. This was money raised from February's Father-Daughter Dance. They also had the privilege of meeting Makayla, a Make-A-Wish recipient from Laurens County, who will be going to Disney World in May!
Thank you to everyone who made this possible by attending the Father-Daughter Dance!
Cam Nichols Crowned Mr. CHS
Senior Cam Nichols was crowned Mr. CHS 2019 in a pageant on April 6. The pageant served as a fundraiser for Relay-for-Life, which will be held at Clinton High on Friday, April 26. This event raised close to $500. Congratulations, Cam!
Miss CHS 2019
Left to Right: Savanna Moates, Miss Congeniality; De'Asia Boys, Miss Freshman; Tytajha Robinson, Miss Junior;
Nytiyanna Robinson, Miss CHS; Anna Murphy, Miss Senior; Savannah Varney, People's Choice and Most Photogenic; De'Nysha Smoot, Miss Sophomore
Thank you to everyone who attended and supported the pageant.
We raised over $1500 for the March of Dimes!
Wind Ensemble Scores EXCELLENT!
students did a great job at Dorman High School on March 16, in the South
Carolina State Music Festival (officially called Concert Performance
Assessment.) The ensember had a performance of three pieces on stage, judged and rated
by three professional adjudicators. Then, they performed a piece of music that none of them had ever seen in the
sight-reading room. Two judges graded them there.
Overall, the band scored an Excellent rating from the judges and had the highest score possible in the sight reading portion of the festival. Congratulations to these young men and women and their instructor, Mr. Kolman McMurphy!