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  • Limited Seats Remain for French Immersion

    Did you know Rock Hill Schools offers a French language immersion program? Did you know that learning in a bilingual environment can increase flexibility in thinking?

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  • National Survey Honors Rock Hill for Pioneering Uses of Technology

    Rock Hill Schools continues to invest in tools and professional development to better prepare its nearly 18,000 students for future generations and has earned a top 10 national ranking in the annual Digital School Districts Survey presented by the Center for Digital Education.

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  • South Pointe High wins Riley Award for School Improvement Council Excellence

    The School Improvement Council (SIC) of South Pointe High School in Rock Hill Schools has been named the recipient of the 2017 Dick and Tunky Riley Award for School Improvement Council Excellence.

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  • James selected to lead Rock Hill Schools’ technology department

    From corporate boardrooms to college classrooms, Rock Hill’s new executive director of technology John James brings more than 30 years of experience with him as he begins a new chapter with Rock Hill Schools this week.

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  • RHHS opens college and career center

    Counseling center staff at Rock Hill High School officially opened the RoHi Den College & Career Center at a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, March 15. With business community support, an ordinary classroom was transformed into a professional space that will serve students as they begin their next steps after high school. The ROHI Den College and Career Center is funded through local sponsors and grants from Lowe's Toolbox for Education, Lowe's Home Improvement Store (Rock Hill location), Family Trust Federal Credit Union, Rock Hill School District Education Foundation, and the Rock Hill High School Class of 1956.

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  • District Approves 2017-2018 Calendar

    The 2017-2018 school calendar has been approved. Students will return on Thursday, August 17, and the calendar is designed to allow high school students to complete exams before winter break.

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