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  • JROTC Cadets Visit WGCV Radio Station

    Cadets/Colonel Anasastasia Nelson and Cadet/Command Sergeant Major Ronald Fuller interview on WGCV Radio on March 14th.
    WGCV   Cadets on air


    ExSteam Culture Flyer

    We are very happy to announce the Teen Center at Richland Library Main is newly renovated and open for business! Designed for teens ages 12 to 18, the Teen Center provides a place to create, learn, and share. Our new features include:


    Tinker, experiment and create with tools in both guided and open lab sessions. We have sewing machines, vinyl cutters, drawing tablets and much more!

    Gaming Lab

    Test out the latest consoles: PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Or try your hand on our new ping pong and foosball tables! Perfect for beginners and seasoned pros.


    Hang out with friends, curl up with the latest manga release or work from one of our new laptops in this comfy space beneath the trees.

    Public Art

    Richland Library’s first artist-in-residence Marius Valdes, has created an eye-popping 50-foot mural from more than 1500 hand-drawn bookmarks submitted by the community during his residency.

    The Teen Center is also the perfect place to finish up homework, meet for a group project, or learn more about applying to college!



    Senior Directing Projects

    Volleyball Announcement

    For any girls interested in playing volleyball for the 2018-2019 volleyball season, conditioning will continue every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm. You are to report to Athletic Tutoring in room J226 right after school until 4:30 pm. Please make sure you have a physical on file and properly dressed for workouts. DO NOT BE LATE.

    If you have any questions please contact/email Coach Kwok. Email:

    District Announces Make-Up Days for Students

    February 19th and March 30th are make-up days for students.  These days will be ½ days for students only.  Additional information clarifying employee make up time will be communicated later. 

    Diamond Sparklers

    A. Nelson    T. Jacobs  

    Cadet Anastacia Nelson was nominated  for the West Point Military Academy by Congressman James Clyburn. The process for receiving a nomination is extremely competitive and requires months to complete, including an interview (in person). Nelson’s academic preparation, physical fitness, leadership skills and community involvement pushed her to the top of the group receiving nominations.  Cadet Nelson was also considered for an Air Force Nomination (she declined consideration).

    Cadet Tyquan Jacobs has been admitted to South Carolina State University and accepted in the Army ROTC Program.  He will receive a local Army ROTC Scholarship which covers room and board but is competing for the National Army ROTC Scholarship which is a full scholarship.

    FBLA District II Leadership Conference Winners

    FBLA Winners     

    1st Place Winners: 

    • Jalen C.--Healthcare Administration (middle)
    • Britney P.--Electronic Career Portfolio (left)
    • Aeriala L. & Kiya C.--Intro to Business Presentations (top left, top middle)

    2nd Place Winner:

    • Ronesha J.--Accounting 1 (bottom right)

    4th Place Winner:

    • Zania L.--Accounting 1 (not pictured)

    5th Place Winner:

    • Zhariah W.--Personal Finance (top right)

    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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