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PCHS Class of 2020 donates marker for school entrance

The senior class of 2020 may have had its year cut short by a pandemic, but that's not stopping those students from leaving their mark on Polk County High School

Tryon Elementary earns recognition for support of military students, families

Tryon Elementary School has earned a Purple Star Award for demonstrating military-friendly practices and a commitment to military students and families

Early College student’s quarantine song catches ear of Kiss Country show host

The idea of writing the song “I Am Self Quarantined” came to me in the car while we were going to my mom’s work.

McFarlane takes second in Lanier Poetry Competition

Cash McFarlane, a senior at Polk County Early College, earned second place in the student category of the 11th Annual Sidney Lanier Poetry Competition

Schweitzer: Updates for PCHS seniors in this unprecedented time

Wolverine Seniors, I hope this letter finds you and your family well. Undoubtedly, we are in the midst of one of the most surprising and unprecedented events of our lifetimes

Tryon second graders tackle Picasso-style self-portraits

Third graders at Tryon Elementary studied the life and works of Pablo Picasso during the month of February

Polk County Middle’s Rostick takes top student spot in Lanier Poetry Competition

Neil Rostick, a seventh grader at Polk County Middle School, earned first place in the student category of the 11th Annual Sidney Lanier Poetry Competition

PCHS chemistry students use home learning time to grow crystals

Nathalie Rameriz and Lacey Gosnell rose to the challenge issued by Polk County High School science teacher Leslie Rhinehart to her Honors Chemistry classes as part of their new online learning

Artwork by PCHS students featured in Upstairs Artspace exhibit

Art from several Polk County High School students are among the works featured in the Rising Artists of Area High Schools exhibit at Upstairs Artspace in Tryon

Art from Saluda Elementary second graders featured as part of online Sandburg show

Second grade students at Saluda Elementary in the classes of Christine McGee and Stephanie Fletcher recently worked together in class and in art class to participate in the 3rd annual Carl Sandburg Art Exhibit