Category: Education

News from Dillon District Four (Dillon and Lake View), Dillon District Three (Latta Schools), Dillon Christian School, NETC (Northeastern Technical College), and other schools and colleges

S.C. Department of Education Announces 60th Anniversary Student Writing Contest

On the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington, the South Carolina Department of Education is pleased to announce a student writing contest highlighting the monumental importance of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech and encouraging high school students to put their own dreams for the future into words.

New Dillon Elementary School Under Construction (with photo gallery)

Construction on the new Dillon Elementary School is well underway.

Pee Dee Area Students Chosen For MPD Electric Cooperative Scholarships

Congratulations to the outstanding students from the Pee Dee area who have been chosen for the MPD Electric Cooperative scholarship!

Trinity Collegiate School Recognizes AP Scholars

Trinity Collegiate School is thrilled to recognize the exceptional accomplishments of its students who have been named AP Scholars by the College Board.

Levette McRae Named State Officer For National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Every once in a while, a student emerges whose dedication and accomplishments leave an indelible mark on their academic community and beyond.

Jacorie McCall Accepted Into Law School

Jacorie McCall is starting law school this fall.

Dr. Harriet Jackson Honored By Meeting Street Scholarship Foundation

Dillon High School counselor Dr. Harriet Jackson was honored by the Meeting Street Scholarship Foundation on Sunday, July 27, 2023, at the Charleston Place, Charleston, SC.

PHOTO GALLERY: Gordon Elementary Open House

Open house was held at Gordon Elementary.

Allyson Carmichael Selected As New Head Of School At Pee Dee Academy

Allyson Carmichael has been selected as the new Head of School at Pee Dee Academy.

Dillon High School Class Of 1960 Hold Reunion

On July 6, 2023, the Dillon High School Class of 1960 met at Quincy’s in Florence for a small, impromptu but fun reunion.