Polk County High School students brought home a handful of medals Saturday from the North Carolina Science Olympiad, the annual test of science knowledge across a wide range of topics held on the campus of North Carolina State University in Raleigh
Polk County High School and science teacher Jennifer Allsbrook have been awarded a grant of $5000 from the Biogen Foundation’s Ignite the Power of STEM NC grant program
Tryon Elementary School held its annual Edible Car Contest on April 13, with students creating cars totally from food products
Fifth grade students in Michael Darpino's art class at Polk Central Elementary are creating art for the UNITY Project
Saluda Elementary students recently staged a Science Fair at the school, using kits provided by Duke Energy as part of a grant received by fifth grade teacher Ginger Rackley
Tryon Elementary School's fourth and fifth grade classes held their annual pageant on April 6 in the school auditorium
As part of College and Career Week at Polk County Middle School, eighth graders get to participate in the annual Career Day. This year, 25 colleges and local community members represented a variety of educational career information for students.
Parents from a wide range of professions took part this year for the first time in Career Day at Polk Central Elementary