Achieving Excellence

Announcements

  • Red Ribbon Week

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  • Stop Bullying Now

    On Friday October 25th, McCormick High School’s Students-In-Action (SIA) Team is holding an Anti-Bullying and Anti-Guns Assembly in the Middle School Gym. Students are encouraged to wear an orange T-shirt or sweatshirt over their school uniform (collar has to be visible). NO Hoodies or Hats.

    The reason we are wearing orange is because orange represents Anti-Bullying and it shows we are united as a school. Anti-Bullying and Anti-Violence buttons will be sold by the SIA Team for $1.00 on October 25th for anyone who doesn't have anything orange to wear. The class with the most orange (buttons will be included in the count) will get ice cream.

     If you have a question ask any member of the SIA team: Destiny Yeck, Laura Martin, Alicia Harrison, Gwen Lunsford, Amanda Bissonnette, Ashton Gage, Reniah Turman, Naseve Freeman or Mrs. Brantley.

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  • Teacher and Students of the Month for September

    Lyles  .    SOM Sept

     

    Congratulations to out Teacher, Staff and Students of the Month:

    Teacher: Ms. Lyles
    Staff: Ms. Epps
    Star: Tyrell Turman
    9th: Jonathan Perrin
    10th: Tarin Pugh
    11th: Keynan Kennedy
    12th: Eternity Wilridge

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  • Homecoming Queens

    Congratulations to the Homecoming Court

    Freshmen Representative: Asya Milton
    Sophomore Representative: Heavon Wideman
    Junior Representative: Layla Maston
    Senior Representative: Zaire Jenkins
     
    Homecoming Court
    1st Runner Up: Shania Hearst
    Miss Homecoming: Jordan Brown 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    JAG Students Attend State Meeting

     Destiny Yeck and Laura Martin represented McCormick High School at the JAG-SC Career Association's Annual Meeting on Oct 9th.  They participated in leadership meetings, high ropes course, teamwork activities, and the election of state officers.  

    Destiny Yeck was elected Vice President of Social Awareness for the SC State Career Association. We are proud of Destiny for her leadership on the state level. She is one of seven student leaders representing JAG on the state level.

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  • Flu Shots Offered at School through DHEC

    The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is working with your school district to provide flu shots at your child’s school this fall. It is important that all children get vaccinated every year.

    There will be no cost to you or your child for the flu shot at school. If applicable, payment from Medicaid will be made to DHEC on your behalf.

    Click HERE for the online form.

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  • MHS Students Accepted to College

    Jeremy Ard . Aiken Technical College

    Amanda Bissonette . Aiken Technical College, Piedmont Technical College

    Cameron Gage . Aiken Technical College, Piedmont Technical College

    Laura Martin . Piedmont Technical College

    Jamiya Thomas . SC State University

    Diamya Wideman, Aiken Technical College 

    Destiny Yeck . Piedmont Technical College,  Aiken Technical College

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  • McCormick High School is a School of Inquiry and Innovation

    We Exceed, No Excuses, No exceptions

    New This Year:

    • We only have six virtual classes. That is down from twenty-one virtual classes last year.
    • Uniform Dress Code
    • AP Literature offered in the 10th grade
    • Year Round School Calendar
    • Cross Country Team
    • Soccer Team or Intramural (Depending on participation)
    • Golf Team
    • Increased security measures
    • AVID - Advancement Via Individual Determination
    • Meetings with the Principal, Assistant Principal and Teachers need to be scheduled in advance.
    • Phones are not allowed to be on or out except in the cafeteria. (Parents, please do not text your child during instruction)
    • New roofs on the MMS and MHS Gymnasiums
    • Intercession make up days.
    • Block Schedules
    • Project Based Learning
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  • Safety 1st The following safety measures have been put in place to ensure the safety of all athletic attendees:

    • Gates will open 2 hours prior to kickoff
    • Metal detectors will be used at all entrances
    • Clear Bag Rule strictly enforced
    • No weapons allowed including pocket knives of any size and weapons carried with a permit
    • No ilegal drugs or alcoholic beverages    

    Thank you for your cooperation with these procedures!  We appreciate your continued support of our schools and school district!

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Our Vision and Mission

  • Our Vision

    Inspiring, challenging and preparing our students for tomorrow’s global opportunities

    Our Mission 

    The mission of McCormick County Schools is to provide a quality education for every student.
      
    We Exceed, No Excuses, No Exceptions!

    It's a great day to be ...... A CHIEF! 

     

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School Information

  •  Welcome to the Home of the Chiefs of McCormick High School!  

    GO BIG RED!!!

      
    Chief Head
     
     
    GOOD, BETTER, BEST, NEVER LET IT REST, UNTIL GOOD IS BETTER AND BETTER IS BEST!

     

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     DIRECTIONS TO OUR SCHOOL:
     
    FROM GREENWOOD: HWY 10 TO HWY 221 SOUTH TO MCCORMICK.  TURN LEFT ONTO HWY 28 SOUTH (HARDEE'S RESTAURANT); FOLLOW HIGHWAY 28 APPROX 4 MILES TO EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX ON THE RIGHT.
     
    FROM ABBEVILLE:  HWY 28 SOUTH TO MCCORMICK.  KEEP STRAIGHT AT INTERSECTION OF HWY 28 @ HWY 221/378; FOLLOW HWY 28 APPROX. 4 MILES TO EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX ON THE RIGHT.
     
    FROM AUGUSTA:  FOLLOW HWY 28 NORTH THRU PLUM BRANCH.  CONTINUE APPROX. 2 MILES TO EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX ON LEFT.
     
    MCCORMICK HIGH SCHOOL
    6981 HIGHWAY 28 SOUTH
    MCCORMICK, SC 29835
     
     
     
     
     
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