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Polk County FFA students selling fresh fruit

Polk County High School's FFA students are selling fresh fruit as part of their annual fundraiser

Polk County High duo wins CPR/First Aid at HOSA district competition

Polk County High School seniors Addie Lynch and Jamie Levi placed first in CPR/First Aid at the District 8 HOSA conference on November 18

Polk County High students selected for regional art show

Four students at Polk County High School have been selected for Showcase of Excellence, a juried art show and exhibition at Tryon Fine Arts Center. Their work will be featured during the Evening of Excellence reception on April 23 at 4 p.m.

PCHS chorus entertains Historical Society with holiday tunes

Members of the Polk County High School chorus had the opportunity Tuesday to perform for the Polk County Historical Society in the Isothermal Community College auditorium in Columbus.

PCHS engineering students build, take robots for a drive

Students in the Engineering 101 Honors class at Polk County High School are utilizing the last weeks of the semester to introduce themselves to TetirxMax, new robotic kits obtained through a Facebook Community Action Grant received by teacher Leslie Rhinehart

Noted landscape artist visits PCHS horticulture classes

Landscape artist Mark Byington of Tryon recently shared a presentation on Landscape Design with the Horticulture Landscape/Horticulture Landscape Honors classes at Polk County High School.

PCHS Foods 2 students visit Tryon Estates

Foods 2 students from Polk County High School recently enjoyed a tour of the Tryon Estates facility.

Polk County HOSA students claim regional awards

Polk County High School's HOSA-Future Health Professionals students competed Nov. 20 at the HOSA Regional Competition in Sylva and returned home with several awards.

Photos: 2016 Polk County High graduates

A look at the members of Polk County High School's graduating class of 2016

Polk’s Burney takes second in state FFA tractor driving contest

Rick Burney of the Polk County High School FFA Chapter placed second out of 30 contestants in the state FFA Tractor Driving Career Development Event on Feb. 4 in Raleigh.