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  • Rock Hill Schools will have a bond referendum on May 5, 2015, to seek approval of a five-year facility improvement plan that will transform our school facilities in the areas of safety and energy efficiency; building renovations; repairs and replacements; buses and grounds; new construction and technology upgrades.The referendum is in the amount of $110 million, but there will be NO TAX INCREASE for taxpayers. Information on the referendum and how schools will benefit can be found at http://www.rock-hill.k12.sc.us/community/2015schoolbondreferendum.aspx. More

District Information

 Our Mission:

Rock Hill Schools will provide all students with challenging work that authentically engages them in the learning process and prepares them for successful futures.

 


 

Dr. Kelly Pew, Superintendent
803.981-1000
Email: Dr. Pew

Chris Gammons, Executive Administrative Assistant to Superintendent
803.981-1000
Email: Chris Gammons

District Profile

Location: Rock Hill Schools is located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, just 20 miles south of Charlotte, North Carolina. The citizens of Rock Hill expect excellence in their schools and are supportive with their time, talents, and financial resources.

Size: Largest of four school districts in York County; 11th largest in South Carolina
1,136+ acres;  3,118,248 square feet

Schools: 27
1 preschool, 17 elementaries, 5 middle, 3 high, one career/technology center 
Does not include special centers, such as The Phoenix Academy, Renaissance, Rebound, ParentSmart, Adult Education, Crossroads, and Aquatics Center

Student Population: Approximately 17,400
54% Caucasian, 35% African American, 6% Hispanic, 1.5% Asian, 1.5% American Indian, 2% Other
44% free lunch, 8% reduced lunch, 14% with disabilities

Employees: Approximately 2,400
1,340 teachers, 105 administrators, 855 other support staff

Community Support: The citizens of Rock Hill expect excellence in their schools and are supportive with their time, talents, and financial resources. Our academic programs prepare students for success as they move through our schools on to higher education and the workplace. We believe that when you combine challenging academic courses with exceptional programs in the arts and athletics, you’re giving students the opportunities they need to succeed as responsible, caring adults.

Our schools have an “open door” policy. We want parents at all grade levels to become actively involved in their child’s education, and we gladly provide opportunities for anyone who wants to volunteer to support our students and staff.