Polk County High

Polk County FCA students attend Rally in the Valley

Fellowship of Christian Athletes students from Polk County Middle and High schools traveled Nov. 21 to Clemson University to attend the Rally in the Valley hosted by the Clemson Area FCA Chapter.

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.

Polk County FFA students take seventh in state competition

The Polk County High School FFA participated Nov. 24 in the 2015 North Carolina FFA State Dairy Evaluation Career Development Event in Wake County, placing 1st in the Pisgah View Federation, 4th in the Western Region and 7th in the state out of 80 teams.

PCHS hiking club tackles Wilder Forest

Climb, the hiking club at Polk County High School, took an afterschool trip Tuesday to Norman Wilder Forest near Tryon.

PCHS Operation Angel Tree collects gifts for local children

Polk County High School students recently collected Christmas gifts for local children as part of Student Council's Operation Angel Tree.

Health Science students learning value of infection control

As flu season approaches, students in Pam Arrowood's Health Science II class at Polk County High School are learning how to protect themselves and others.

PCHS HOSA students enliven Halloween for Tryon Estates residents

Polk County HOSA-Future Health Professionals students recently helped residents at Tryon Estates celebrate Halloween.

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.

PCHS Bridge Building Club holds annual breaking event

The Polk County High School Bridge Building Club conducted its annual "Breaking of the Bridges" on Monday.

Local seniors stay busy during College Application Week

One hundred seniors from Polk County High School and Polk County Early College applied to college during the College Foundation of North Carolina’s annual College Application Week, held Nov. 2-6.

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