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    Capital Parents and Guardians:


    Robert Craig Washington has served as principal at Columbia High School since July 2019. Mr. Washington has more than 23 years of experience in public education. He began his career as a teacher and taught at the middle school and high school levels. He also has served as a high school assistant principal and as an elementary and middle school principal.


    Mr. Washington works collaboratively with the entire school community to continue and build upon Columbia High School’s proud tradition of excellence.


    We Just Can’t Hide That Capital Pride!


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  • Class of 2021 Prepares for Graduation

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    Click HERE for more info on Richland One graduation times and protocol for this year

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  • AFJROTC Ground School Program continues to soar

    Columbia High School AFJROTC Ground School students are preparing for their FAA tests. We are very proud of the perseverance of these cadets in seeking certification as aircraft pilots and/or drone operators. 


    Boeing predicts an annual need to hire 6,000 civilian pilots a year for the next 20 years.  The military needs quickly push that number over 8,000.  According to industry and military leadership, the nation is facing a pilot shortage “crisis."

    These cadets now qualify to apply for the Air Force Junior ROTC Flight Academy. 

    Since these cadets are a part of the Ground School program, they wear a different uniform reflecting their aviation designation. 


    Thank you to Major Hammond and Sgt. Gaffney for your support of our students in this endeavor. We wish these cadets the best of luck on their FAA test.

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  • AVID Virtual Tour

    On April 15, Columbia High AVID students participated in the Career Council National Hispanic College Fair for North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.

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  • Notice of Non-Discrimination

    Richland County School District One does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age or other protected characteristics in its programs and activities.