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Senior Newsletter

Seniors, Please click the link below for the latest issue of the Panther Pride Newsletter. Be sure you are reading all of the information. There are several colleges that are offering FREE applications. Please see your counselor if you have any questions. Also, don’t forget the following dates: Wednesday, October 25: Ed-Op College fair for junior and senior

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Upcoming Week in PHS Counseling Department

Ed-Op (College Fair) will be held on Wednesday, October 25 from 10:10-10:55 in the Commons Area. We will make an announcement to release all Juniors and Seniors to attend this event and an announcement will be made for students to return to class at the conclusion of the event.  Colleges from SC and surrounding states and the military will

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Band Performs for Lower State Saturday

Come out to White Knoll High School this Saturday for the AA and AAAA Lower State Band Championships!! 2A Begins at 11:00am with Barnwell, Lake City, Dillon, Swansea (11:45), Strom Thurmond, Wade Hampton, Gilbert (12:30), Silver Bluff, Waccamaw, Central, Aynor, Edisto, Cheraw, Timberland, and Pelion (2:45). 4A Begins at 5:15pm with Goose Creek, Colleton County, Dutch Fork, Stratford, West Ashley, James

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Rifle Team with Another Strong Showing

Please congratulate the rifle team on another outstanding day this past Saturday at Camden Military Academy. There were eight schools a total of 50 competitors. They shot in three positions (prone, kneeling, and standing) a total of 60 shots with a maximum score of 600 points. Overall as a team and overall competition 1st place    

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Students Interested in Psychology: Please Read

We wanted you and your teachers to know that on November 9th and November 11th Midlands Technical College is hosting the American Psychological Association’s I am Psyched! National Tour exhibit, developed in cooperation with the Smithsonian. This interactive exhibit helps students explore and experience psychology and learn about the incredible contributions of women and women of color to psychology. The exhibit

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