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  • Alive at 25

    The Alive at 25 class will be here at LR on Thursday, May 24, 2018 from 4p-8p.  Please make sure to register for the course in advance.

    Athletics Award Banquet

    The Athletic Department  awards will be presented on May 24, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the school's auditorium.    The reception will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the lobby of the school's auditorium.  Tickets are not required for this event.  

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    Lower Richland High School STEM Camp 

    Design, Modeling, and 3D Printing Camp for rising 9th-12th graders. Students will learn to design and create simple and complex objects using the Engineering Design process.  Design sketchs  using engineering sketch paper, Autodesk inventor to turn sketches into 2D and 3D models, prepare these designs for 3D printing, watch the design become a creation, and take home their projects. Students will also learn to use 3D printer pens to design objects like cool eye wear, finger wear, and create characters.

    2018 Conservation Poster Contest

    STEM students entered a Watershed Conservation Poster contest sponsored by Richland County Soil and Water Conservation District.  The students below are being honored at a banquet on May 17th for winning second place in their respective categories.
    7th-9th Grades:
    Second Place: Ashanti Robinson, 9th Grade, Lower Richland High School
    10th-12th Grades:
    Second Place: Zoria King, 11th Grade, Lower Richland High School

    Youth Leadership Program

    Wateree Community Actions are currently enrolling youths ages 16 - 18 in our Youth Leadership program. We have 6 slots available. Our program will provide high school students educational opportunities targeting individual improvements in academic, behavioral and social achievement. 
    Attached you will find a Youth Leadership Flyer.


    Government officials, other dignitaries and people from across the nation and around the world who pay a visit to the U.S. Capitol Rotunda in Washington, D.C. will see the artwork of a recent Richland One graduate on display.

    Brianna Bradley, a 2017 graduate of Lower Richland High School, was a winner of the Congressional Art Competition. Her piece, entitled "Human Nature," will be on display in the Capitol Rotunda through June 28. Brianna is enrolling in college to become an art therapist.

    Pictured at last week's school board meeting are (from left) Lower Richland Principal Dr. Ericka Hursey; Commissioner Beatrice King; Brianna Bradley; Lower Richland art teacher John Johnson; and Superintendent Dr. Craig Witherspoon.

    School Board Recognition   Artwork

    District Mission Statement

    We are Richland One, a leader in transforming lives through education, empowering all students to achieve their potential and dreams.


    Lower Richland High Mission Statement

    The mission of Lower Richland High School is to engage students in positive, productive, and innovative learning experiences in order to become successful, responsible, and competitive in a global and technological society.

    We believe that..

    • Each student has the ability to learn and to be successful.
    • Changing cultural diversity is a positive element that teaches respect and enriches society.
    • Students learn in different ways and deserve the opportunity to achieve at their own ability level. 
    • Each student must assume responsibility for his/her own potential.
    • Character matters; honesty, integrity, and mutual respect are vital.
    • Educators will use a variety of effective teaching methods and strategies with high expectations.
    • A safe and supportive environment is essential to the growth and success of all individuals.
    • Learning is a continuous process of integrated experiences that ultimately produce change. 
    • Education is the shared responsibility of the students, school, home, and community.


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