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Spirit Award
Chandler Herndon Wins National High School Spirit of Sport Award
Posted on 02/08/2017
Marlboro County High School’s own Chandler Herndon is the recipient for the “National High School Spirit of Sport Award,” which is conferred to eight section winners as well as one national winner. Through this award, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) seeks to recognize those individuals who exemplify the ideals of the positive spirit of sport that represent the core mission of education-based athletics. Chandler fits that bill perfectly.  READ MORE...
Carson
Carson Woodham Needs Your Vote
Posted on 02/08/2017
Carson Woodham, an eighth grader at Marlboro School of Discovery has been named as one of the finalists in the “This School’s Got Talent” contest.  READ MORE...
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STEM Premier at MCHS
Posted on 01/31/2017
STEM Premier is a free online platform that connects students, ages 13+, to colleges, companies, and organizations looking to connect with the next generation of talent in the STEM fields and more. Students sign up, build digital portfolios showcasing  READ MORE...
MCSD Spelling Bee Winners
MCSD Spelling Bee Winners
Posted on 01/20/2017
On Thursday, January 19, 2017 the Marlboro County School District held its annual Spelling Bee. Students in fifth grade through eighth grade from schools across the district competed for the $100 grand prize. The participants   READ MORE...
School Board Swearing-in
School Board Swearing-in
Posted on 01/10/2017
The Board of Trustees swearing-in ceremony was held Monday night just before the regularly scheduled School Board Meeting. Newly elected member, Macky Norton, along with   READ MORE...
Senator Tim Scott visits MCHS
Senator Tim Scott visits MCHS
Posted on 12/16/2016
United States Senator Time Scott recently took the time to stop by Marlboro County High School to to meet with the Interact Club, Junior Leadership and Student Government leaders. Senator Scott talked about his childhood and how he overcame growing up poor, in a single parent home. He stressed   READ MORE...