Call up J.J. Abrams. The famed TV series writer and creator most known for “Lost” needs to take a look at this real-life case of an unnamed stomach virus that has plagued a local elementary school for almost an entire week.
The principal of Wren High School in Anderson received the top honor for school administrators when he was named Principal of the Year, beating out hundreds of other candidates.
A demand for cheap flat screen televisions or deep discounted computers is one thing, but a group of parents is taking extreme measures to ensure their kids are able to attend one of Greenville’s elite magnet schools by camping out before enrollment.
Union County High School head football coach has resigned and given the good old “personal reasons” excuse for his departure begging the question, “what’s the real reason?”
An Upstate elementary school isn’t making any excuses for its mostly poor student body. The successes they’ve seen in standardized testing has caught the attention of federal researchers who hope to learn just how they’ve defied the odds.
Conservative members of Congress say “who cares about childhood obesity. Just show me the money!” (That’s not actually what they said, but they do count pizza as a vegetable).
Students at the University of South Carolina’s two-year campuses may get an easier shot at completing their Bachelor’s degree program as part of a new $1B fund-raising plan USC president Harris Pastides is calling “Carolina’s Promise.”
Consistently ranked as one of the most fierce rivalries in all of college football, Carolina and Clemson are consistently out for blood. And, this week, the Red Cross is taking that to the bank…the blood bank that is.
A recently published study by a Clemson University psychology professor has shown that people with higher blood pressure experience “emotional dampening” or the reduced ability to recognize angry, fearful, sad and happy faces and text passages.
A kid lost it at school and what’s even more shocking is that he was released into the custody of his mom, who he very well likely learned that behavior from to begin with.