With Governor McMaster’s order that schools in the state stay closed through April 30, Horry County Schools is making adjustments and updates to eLearning and schedules regarding proms and end-of-year events.
Aynor High School senior Emory West decided to make the best of his time stuck at home by using his musical talents, writing a song dedicated to the senior class and sharing it on social media.
Gov. Henry McMaster on Monday authorized all law enforcement in the state to disperse any gathering of three or more people.
Horry Telephone Cooperative announced recently that they plan to install high-speed internet and Wi-Fi at homes of students who are currently not connected and in their providing areas, and provide it at no charge for two months.
Editor's note: After this story was published, Coastal announced that seniors expected to graduate this spring would be allowed to walk in either the summer or winter commencements. The story has been updated to reflect that change.
Coastal Carolina University is moving to online classes for the rest of the Spring 2020 semester and has cancelled on-campus spring commencement ceremonies due to the coronavirus.
Coastal Carolina University announced Sunday night the university will move to an "online learning model" starting March 23 due to the coronavirus, with online instruction continuing until April 3.
Horry County Schools announced Friday afternoon that they will be cancelling out-of-state field trips beginning March 16 for students and staff until further notice, and will not schedule any new field trips of any kind until further notice.
In a news release Thursday afternoon, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans announce that tonight's Thirsty Thursday and Ticket Party have been postponed.
Coastal Carolina University announced this afternoon that as part of their response plan to COVID-19, they are extending spring break for students through March 20, and classes will resume March 23.
Faced with mounting criticism from parents, Horry County school officials have begun searching for ways to improve some special education programs.
A $3,000 raise for teachers is on the books from the state for the 2020-2021 budget, according to Horry County Schools Chief Financial Officer John Gardner.
Loris High School students don’t just know that when they go to a formal dinner they should fold their napkins in half and lay the crease along their waistlines, pick up butter that’s in front of them, offer it to the left and pass to it to the right, now they’ve had a chance to try it.
Annually the CHS Educational Foundation recognizes select educators and alumni by inducting them into the Conway High School Hall of Fame.
During last week’s board meeting, Coastal Carolina University trustees expressed disappointment with the student attendance at home football games.
High school students in the Carolina Forest area are invited to apply for one of two $1,000 scholarships offered by the Friends of the Carolina Forest Library.
Horry County Schools said via social media today that they will have a two-hour delay on Friday, February 21 due to projected weather conditions which include a mix of rain and snow in the morning.
Dr. Fred Carter, president of Frances Marion University, and Dr. Marilyn Fore, president of Horry-Georgetown Technical College, signed an agreement between their schools on Wednesday, which will enable aspiring teachers to complete their two-year degree at HGTC, and transfer seamlessly to FM…
Horry-Georgetown Technical College is helping to gather data for national statistics regarding health and wellness by hosting the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES).
A new rookie teacher of the year program has been launched at Horry County Schools through support from the College Football Playoff Foundation in partnership with Coastal Carolina University.
Working for three years as a paraprofessional with students with disabilities, Kelly Livingston saw the impact the teacher she helped was having on 4-year-old children.
Ten semifinalists have been chosen from 55 school-level honorees to continue to vie for the distinction of being named the Horry County Schools (HCS) teacher of the year.
The Horry County School District grew this year by 675 students, for a total enrollment of 43,602 students, according to Coordinator of Planning Joe Burch.
It’s a hard call who gets the most benefit from Carolina Forest High School’s ShowCase choir’s ‘benefit show,’ “Southern Nights.”
While Bernetta Soles and her family love Marvel movies, she didn’t expect to be decked out in superhero garb when her principal at Homewood Elementary made the announcement she had won Teacher of the Year.
As the school district is coming up on budget retreat time, the curriculum committee is looking at adding a few costs to the budget this year to benefit cosmetology, esthetics, and band students.
He may end up being a civil engineer, or possibly a mechanical engineer. But either way, 15-year-old Andrew Weaver wants to understand how entrepreneurship works.
As he nears his one-year anniversary as chairman of the Horry County School Board, Ken Richardson said his biggest surprise during the year has been how much time being chairman would actually take.
An online yard sale has raised more than $11,400 and a fundraiser selling Premier Designs jewelry already brought another $1,117 towards a goal of $20,000.
Described by principal Dennis Devorick as “a very caring, compassionate teacher who goes above and beyond to help all students,” Janna Padula is Carolina Forest Elementary School’s teacher of the year.
The executive director of transportation for Horry County Schools has retired effective Monday after a Dec. 5 charge of driving under the influence, school officials said.
Doris Glass said she really didn’t see the big deal about her graduation from Coastal Carolina University on Tuesday, just weeks after her 89th birthday.
Facing a budget shortfall of nearly $6.4 million, Coastal Carolina University officials have been searching for ways to save money.
Leanne Hagen moved to Conway from Canada as a middle schooler, and recently was given the honor of being named Teacher of the Year at her alma mater, Conway Middle School.
Principal Maquitta Davis said that Conway Elementary School Teacher of the Year Sarah Robinson radiates joy and it’s contagious, especially on Tutu Tuesdays.