Dorchester School District 2 and the City of North Charleston celebrated the opening of the new North Charleston Aquatic Center during a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday.
Cruise Control Driving School, Inc. of Summerville has awarded $1,500 in academic scholarships--$500 each to three graduates of local-area high schools. The recipients are Emmie Rob Collier, Brayden Harbert, and Gracie Hendrix.
Dorchester District 2 will announced that it will issue electronic devices to all students K-12 for the 2020-2021 school year. These devices will help students with both classroom instruction and eLearning at home.
Eleven Lowcountry high school students representing Berkeley Electric Cooperative will compete alongside students from all around the state for a $5,000 scholarship sponsored by the state electric cooperatives.
James Weaver recently announced his candidacy for the Dorchester District 2 school board.
The Dorchester District 2 school board approved a start date to the 2020-2021 school year.
The district presented three options for days to re-open and the school board approved the third option which will include teachers going back to school on August 31st and students returning September 8th.
Rev. Rob Dewey and his wife Kathy announced that they intend to fund a chaplaincy center at Charleston Southern University.
The $2 million gift will establish the Dewey Center for Chaplaincy. It is one of the largest philanthropic gifts in the history of Charleston Southern University.
Louis Smith announced his candidacy for the Dorchester District 2 school board via Facebook on July 1st.
Charleston Southern University has already begun preparations for students to return to campus in August.
Pinewood Preparatory School hosted its 29th commencement exercises on May 30.
The Dorchester Soil and Water Conservation District Awarded three people with its 2020 scholarship winners, and congratulated them on their “hard work and determination to obtain such excellen…
The Dorchester County Career and Technology Center, DCCTC, is considering becoming a SC Virtual School on-site location for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.
Dorchester District 2 had 1,773 students graduate from Ashley Ridge, Summerville and Fort Dorchester high schools from June 8th-10th.
Trident Tech announced on Thursday June 18th that they will be offering free tuition to students for the 2020 spring and summer semesters if they enroll in specific in-demand career training p…
Dorchester District 2 is one of twenty-seven districts approved by the Education Oversight Committee to use eLearning days for make-up days for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.
Eileen Fernandez-Parker is battling the spread of COVID-19 two masks at a time.
A new Dorchester District 2 hire is no longer associated with the district following controversial social media posts being connected to the individual.
While it was not how they expected the year to end the Fort Dorchester High School class of 2020 was in high spirits celebrated the culmination of all of their hard work on June 9 at the Fort …
Graduates fill field for ceremony
Charleston Southern University announced on Monday June 1st, 2020 that they will be modifying their academic schedule for the 2020 Fall semester.
Charleston Southern University announced that, beginning in the fall, students can take part in a new 15-hour interdisciplinary minor in Leadership.
Dorchester District 2 announced on Monday May 18th that they will be cancelling a number of summer programs for the 2020 school year.
Trident Technical College will be offering the majority of its classes online for the summer semester, the school announced on May 14.
Charleston Southern University announced its plans to open the campus in the fall to in-person instruction which will be implemented along with strict protocols to protect the students and oth…
Registration for 4k/Child Development, Kindergarten and 1st grade at Dorchester District 2 will begin on May 18th and will be open until May 20th.
Charleston Southern University announced on May 13th that it would provide residential and commuter students with financial assistance to help them with the impact of the coronavirus
The Strands on the Beech Tea at Beech Hill Elementary has been a tradition at the school for twelve years. It has become a rite of passage for 5th grade girls at the school.
Dorchester District 2 announced that they will be holding all of their high school graduations in-person. This decision came after careful consideration from district administrators and princi…
Local schools are making plans to hold graduation ceremonies in June to better provide a graduation atmosphere, according to officials with the Berkeley County and Dorchester District Two scho…
Cane Bay High School teacher Geoffrey Sklar was named the South Carolina Air Force Teacher of the Year for the 2020 school year.
Charleston Southern University announced on Thursday April 30th that they will hold an online commencement ceremony for the class of 2020.
Seniors decorated their rides with lights and messages written in shoe polish May 1 and then took a whirl through the Ashley Ridge High School parking lot.
Private and independent schools across South Carolina are bracing for millions of dollars in losses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The faculty, staff and administration of Fort Dorchester High School welcomed the seniors back to campus one last time as they picked up their cap and gowns in preparation for graduation.
Governor McMaster announced on April 22nd that schools across South Carolina will remain closed through the rest of the school year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dorchester School District Two has been announcing its 2020 Star Performers on its Facebook page.
According to representatives from Dorchester District Two, the district has every intentions of holding graduation ceremonies.
Trident Technical College’s Vice President for Continuing Education and Economic Development Bob Walker has been working alone inside in the South Carolina Aeronautical Training Center in an a…
South Carolina State University will hold a virtual graduation ceremony to confer the degrees upon the graduating class of 2020.
Due to concerns over the coronavirus Charleston Southern University will conduct Summer I (May 11-June 28) courses online.
Student feeding sites for both Dorchester District Two and Berkeley County are closed due to damage from severe weather Monday morning.
State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman announced on April 9 that the Department of Education will launch an online learning portal SCRemoteLearning.com.
The guidance counselors of Dorchester District 2 have been working very hard during the closures to remain available for students and also in contact for those who need them.
Dorchester District 2 announced that schools will begin accepting student’s distance learning packets that were assigned when Gov. McMaster ordered the closure of schools in March.
Charleston Southern University received notification on April 7th that an employee tested negative for COVID-19. The employee was tested for the virus two weeks ago.
Charleston Southern University has announced that all currently enrolled residential students will receive prorated board rebate for the 2020 spring semester.
Social Distancing Queen, Toilet Paper Tim, and Victoria the Virus Killer are not heroes you see very often, but they may just save the day during the COVID-19 quarantine.
Charleston Southern University students began the process of moving out of their dorm rooms on April 1st.
The governor announced that schools will remained closed through April 30th. This also means that Dorchester District 2 will continue its online learning through the end of the month as well.