Polk County High

Polk County High clubs, Rotary Club of Tryon team up to fight hunger

More than 45 students from Polk County High School came together on Saturday to package more than 11,000 meals for Rise Against Hunger

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 Interact Club members saluted at Rotary meeting

Eight members of the Polk County High School Interact Club attended last week’s Rotary Club of Tryon meeting with their sponsor, Lori Connet

PCHS earns state recognition at Chinese speech competition

Polk County High School's Chinese program earned an Excellent Organization award during the 9th Annual Chinese Language Speech and Writing Contests held April 28 at North Carolina State University

Polk County High’s Haynes chosen for summer science trip to Belize

Polk County High School science teacher Shannon Haynes will join 11 other educators from across the state to experience the natural world like never before this summer as part of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ Educators of Excellence Institutes

The Gorge provides PCHS business students a day filled with lessons and fun

A group of Polk County High School students received a rare opportunity to get a firsthand look at the inner workings of a local business - and have some fun while doing it

Polk FFA team carries tradition, family feel to national land judging competition

The trip that a group of Polk County High FFA students will take next week isn't just about taking part in a national competition

Polk FFA Dairy Judging teams earn spot among state’s best

Polk County High School's Senior and Junior Dairy Judging teams took part on April 14 in the 2018 North Carolina FFA State Dairy Evaluation Career Development Event, with the Senior team placing second in...

Polk County High senior devotes senior project to Thermal Belt Outreach

“No one is more cherished in this world than someone who lightens the burden of another.” This anonymous quote speaks to how we feel about our volunteers here at Outreach.

Polk County High agricultural students tour horticulture research facility

A group of students in Polk County High's agriculture program recently toured the Mountain Horticultural Crops Research Center in Mills River. The students are currently enrolled in the horticulture classes taught by Chauncey Barber

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