Polk County High

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

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

Polk County FFA cancels annual plant sale, distributes plants to area locations

Due to restrictions around the coronavirus pandemic, Polk County High School FFA has cancelled its annual plant sale

PCHS students shine in Showcase of Excellence juried art show

More than 100 students from eight area high schools currently have their works on exhibit until March 7 in Tryon as part of the Showcase of Excellence at Tryon Fine Arts Center

Holt: Polk County, and its FFA program, delivered valuable life-shaping opportunities

Polk County is a place where young people get to experience independence and try new things, but also holds them accountable with a watchful eye

Polk Middle earns return trip to Science Olympiad state competition

Polk County Middle School's Science Olympiad team is once again bound for state tournament competition

Unified Champions to take Plunge to raise funds for Special Olympics

The Unified Champions of Polk County High and Polk County Middle have taken on the challenge of raising support for Special Olympics of North Carolina

Polk County FFA to hold pizza night in Spartanburg to kick off National FFA...

Polk County FFA will kick off National FFA Week by celebrating Polk FFA Night on Saturday evening at Pizza Inn in Spartanburg

Rimer building more than homes as part of Polk County High’s construction program

The large wooden structure that sits just behind the right-field fence at Polk County High School's baseball field isn't just a building block for the school's construction program