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End of Course Exams

State-required End-of-Course exams begin on May 9, 2018.  For more information, go here.

Powderpuff Cancelled

This year's Powderpuff football game has been cancelled due to bad weather.  It will not be rescheduled. 

Robinson Earns Army ROTC Scholarship

Senior Destini Robinson has earned an Army ROTC scholarship worth $52,000 to the University of South Carolina, one of only 2,400 Army ROTC scholarships given this year.  Destini has also earned institutional scholarships matching that total enabling her to attend USC at no cost.  Robinson has worked hard in the classroom and in leadership positions during her four years at CHS, ultimately serving as Battalion Commander this year.  Robinson had her choice of colleges and universities in South Carolina, ultimately choosing to become a Gamecock and study nursing.  Good luck, Destini!  Clinton High is extremely proud of you!

Information for the Class of 2018

This school year is winding down quickly!  Mrs. Wiggins has compiled a list of important dates for the class of 2018 and their parents/guardians.  Stay informed here!

CHS Percussionists Honored

Sophomore Skyler Williamson and freshman Demaseay Brasley are national finalists in Winter Guard International (WGI)  indoor percussion in Dayton, Ohio!  They are performing with Limestone College's indoor percussion ensemble, Saints Percussion, and will be competing on April 21 in the finals competition.

These two students have been practicing almost every weekend in Spartanburg with Saints Percussion, and have been in Dayton, OH, for finals since April 17. In addition, recently CHS graduate, Jonathan "Ginobli" Wyatt, is a freshman at Limestone and also competing with Saints Percussion.  All three are pictured here. 

CHS Raises $9500 for

Make-a-Wish South Carolina

On March 29, student representatives presented a check for $9500 to Mr. Bill Tiller of Make-a-Wish SC.  CHS, with the help of the Clinton community, raised this money during the month of February.  This money will fund one critically ill child's wish. 

Mr. Tiller shared with the students that this year, due to the hard work and generosity of people like them, that Make-a-Wish SC will fund more wishes than ever before.  THANK YOU to everyone who made this possible. 

Boys' and Girls' State 2018

Congratulations to these Juniors who have been selected to attend Boys' and Girls' State this summer.  Top row (L-R): Cam Nichols, Matthew Gann, Seth Hill, Sam Tiller, Parker Duncan, Keaton Steele, Brooks Seawright, Jay Grant.  Front row (L-R): Cate Watson, Nina Sauls, Beth Wiggins, Hunter Benson, Chelsea Hill, Savanna Campbell


The Clinton High School Science Olympiad team earned the state Science Olympiad title on Saturday, March 17, at Newberry College.  This is the ninth time in ten years that CHS has won the title.  Congratulations to the students and their coaches! 

Miss Clinton High School Crowned

Miss Calleigh Jacks was crowned the first ever Miss Clinton High School in the March 10th pageant at Clinton High.  Miss Jacks is a junior cheerleader, member of NHS, Beta Club, and the CAT program.  

Her court includes: Kaley Bridgeman, Miss Freshman; Savannah Moates, Miss Sophomore; Anna Claire Pitts, Miss Junior; Elizabeth Jones, Miss Senior; Elizabeth Childress, Miss Congeniality; and Kailey Suber, Most Photogenic and People's Choice Award Winner.  All proceeds from the pageant benefited the March of Dimes in Laurens County.  

Artistic Achievements

Four CHS art students have been recognized for their work.  Click on their names to see their work: Liz Moody (1st place Wildlife Forever), Kaitey Threatt & Kyia Worthy (2nd place Wildlife Forever), Magali Cibiran (Congressional Art Competition; Magali's work is on display in the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC).  Congratulations to these young women and their art teacher, Mrs. Adri Jordan. 

HOmeTown SPotlight

Clinton High School was in the spotlight on WSPA Channel 7 on Friday, January 26, in case you missed it

Coach of the Year!

Head Football Coach Andrew Webb has been selected as the Carolina Panthers High School Coach of the Year!  Coach Webb will have the opportunity to attend Pro Bowl Week in Orlando at the end of January.  He will also be in the running for the Don Shula NFL Coach of the Year Award!  There is more information available here.

Congratulations to the  CHS Teacher of the Year,  Mrs. Paige Drisgula!

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