April is Month of the Military Child

SC FBLA State Leadership Conference

This past weekend Spring Valley's FBLA team competed in the SC FBLA State Leadership Conference in North Charleston, SC.  The following students placed in various events:     

2nd Place in Hospitality Management: Shakayla J Grate, Graham M. Fengler, Tyler J. McMichael

4th Place in Marketing: Aditi Tailor, Serena N Patel, Tiffani-Shae Starks

5th Place Entrepreneurship: Khaleel K Griffin & Joshua T Koger, III

As a result, the Hospitality Management team will compete in the  FBLA National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennesse  June 29–July 2. Congratulations to all these wonderful students!

SV Sparkleberry Country Fair Scholarship Winners

 Tiara Banks, Victoria Benitez, Amber Parnell, Alexis Rudnik
Congratulations to the the following recipients of the 2014 Sparkleberry Country Fair Scholarship: Tiara Banks, Victoria Benitez, Amber Parnell, Alexis Rudnik. These students will be recognized at a reception on Thursday, April 10th at 6 p.m. at the Clemson Sandhill Research and Education Center Lake House. Hats off to these seniors. Click here for complete list of Richalnd Two recipients .

Bell Schedule for HSAP Testing April 1st - 3rd

No Late Start Wednesday

Due to HSAP testing April 1st through 3rd, there will be no late start on Wednesday, April 2nd. Students will report to first period, or to their scheduled testing location, at 8:40 am on April 2nd.

Guest Speaker from Palmetto Citizens Bank

Spring Valley's Young Investors Club welcomed a guest speaker on Thursday , March 27th.  Mr. Daniel Parga, a Loan Officer from Palmetto Citizens Bank, addressed the members about the Teen Financial Education Series.

Coach McFadden and Girls Track & Field Team in ColaDaily.com

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Congratulations to the Viking Triathlon Club

The Viking Triathlon Club completed in their first race of the season this past Sunday. The Columbia Downtown Triathlon 2014 consisted of a 500 meter swim, 11 mile bike, and 3.2 mile run. There were over 350 participants. 

Alexandra Andreen and David Long finished their first individual race. Elisabeth Brown, Cassidy Green, Breland Green, Anna Petigout, Hannah McCall, and Anjali Gotipati all completed their relays. Tori Agostini placed 3rd in the 16-19 girls age group. The boys swept the 16-19 age group with Jed Gist in 3rd, Zach Farell in 2nd, and Thomas Agostini in 1st. Hats off to these students!

Bell Schedule for Monday, March 31st

EB:     7:30 - 8:25
1st:     8:40- 9:25  (45 min)
2nd:    9:30 -10:15  (45 min)
Adv:   10:20 -10:40  (20 min)
3rd:    10:45 -11:35  (45 min +5 for announcements)
4th:    11:40 -12:25  (45 min)
Lunch: 12:25 -1:03  (38 min)
5th:    1:08 -1:53   (45 min)
6th:    1:58 - 2:43   (45 min)
7th:    2:48 - 3:33   (45 min)

Viking Sports Wrap

SV Boys Tennis defeated RNE 6-0
SV Boys Lacrosse defeated Ridge View 11-7  @ Ridge View 
SV Softball lost to Dutch Fork - 11, SV - 3
Boys Track & Field defeated Irmo 92-49, & White Knoll 101-40
Girls Track & Field defeated Irmo 96-49 & White Knoll 112-29

(Read Below for Details)

Boys Tennis
The boys tennis team routed the Richland Northeast Cavaliers 6-0 dropping only 1 game in the match.  Winning for Spring Valley at singles were Blake McGuirt, Vikranth Reddy, Noah Guyton, Arif Siddiqi, and Hayden Long. Winning at #2 doubles were Tyler Froelich and Josh Stombler. The Vikings play highly competitive Irmo at home on Tuesday.  Please come out and support the boys!

Coaches Classic Track Meet Cancelled

The Coaches Classic Track & Field Meet scheduled for Saturday, March 29th, has been cancelled due to weather.

Congrats to New Inductees in Young Investors Club

We would like to recognize the newly inductees of the Young Investors Club.  The club is new to Spring Valley High School and the club’s motto is: “Investing Young, Often, and Purposefully”.  Please congratulate all of the new members listed below.

Janae Bacote                  Stephen Johnson (Not Pictured)
Joy Goodson                   Deja McNeil
Jasmine Jeter                 Deya McNeil
Amber Jones                  Quanese Terrell

Congratulations to New Inductees to NTHS

We would like to recognize 43 new inductees to National Technical Honor Society. These students were chosen because they demonstrated excellence in their Career and Technology classes.  Click here for complete list of new inductees.

Congratulations to the Spring Valley Orchestras

Congratulations to the Spring Valley High School Orchestras! On Saturday, March 22nd, the three school orchestras performed at the SCMEA Region I/II Concert Festival, an adjudicated festival for middle and high school orchestras. Each participating orchestra is judged on its performance of  two concert pieces and sight reading.

The Spring Valley orchestras received the following ratings:
String Orchestra (Orchestra I)- Excellent
Concert Orchestra (Orchestra II)- Superior
Chamber Orchestra (Orchestra III)- Superior

Thank you for your support of the Spring Valley High orchestra program!

Congratulations Spring Valley Bands

The Symphonic Band earned  a Superior Rating  in Class 6 literature, which required them to sight read grade five literature. Class 6 music is the highest level of professional literature.
Performance selections:
El Capitan March- Sousa
Pageant- Vincent Persichetti
Peterloo- Malcomb Arnold

The Concert Band earned a Superior Rating in Class 3, which required them to sight read grade 2 literature.
Performance selections:
Newcastle March- J Vinson
Ft. Smith Celebration- Gorham

Viking Sports Wrap

Girls Soccer defeated Blythewood 2-1
Boys Soccer lost to Blythewood 
Girls Lacrosse defeated Dutch Fork 8-7
Boys Lacrosse defeated Dutch Fork 8-7
JV Softball defeated Blythewood 6-3
Varsity Softball lost to Blythewood

(Read Below for Details)

Girls Soccer
Tuesday night, the girls soccer team defeated favored Blythewood 2-1 to improve to 6-2, 3-0 in the region (Blythewood dropped to 5-2, 2-1).  In a first half where Spring Valley had a favorable wind at their backs, goals were scored by Angela Downs (assisted on a cross by Kat Lenti) and Caroline Herrera (a beautiful free kick from about 20 yards).  The second half was played into the wind (which blew harder as the half progressed), resulting in the vast majority of the half being played in the SV end of the field.  Inspired second-half defense (back line of Allyson Frame, Cierra Smith, Laurel Sawyer, Caroline Herrera, and later Angie Downs) by the backs and a large number of midfielders, along with several key saves by GK Alex Ramos, resulted in Blythewood being held to one second half goal. The varsity team travels to RNE this Friday, March 28th, for a 5:30pm Region match.

The JV was defeated by Blythewood in last night's opening match.

Congratulations to our CATE Students of the Quarter

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HSAP Announcement

The High School Assessment Program (HSAP), or "Exit Exam," will be administered April 1st through 3rd.  Students must pass all parts of HSAP in order to qualify for a South Carolina high school diploma. The test will be given to all 2nd year high school students, and to any 3rd or 4th year student who is new to the state and has not taken it before, or has previously been unsuccessful on any portion of the test. If your student is testing, it is important that he or she be here.  Parents, please try to avoid scheduling any appointments during this time as this is a very important test and we would like for your student to do his or her best.  Students who need to test will be informed of the fact, and given their testing locations, on Monday, March 31st.  
During this testing period, all 1st year students will be taking the Practice USA Test Prep Exam to prepare them for HSAP next year.  All third and fourth year students who are not involved in testing will have designated areas to report to.  Attendance will be taken for all students all three days.

If you have any questions, please contact April Shell, School Testing Coordinator at (803) 699-3500, ext. 69074 or ashell@richland2.org​.

Students Have School Tomorrow, March 28th

A reminder about the make up days because of the winter storms in January and February...

Students will make up two days, and those two days will be on the already scheduled inclement weather makeup days, March 28 and April 21.

Class of 2014 Graduation Information

Click here for important information for seniors.

USC's Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry visits SV

Dr. Linda Shimizu, an Associate Professor in the University of South Carolina's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, spent the day at Spring Valley sharing chemical demonstrations such as the synthesis of "goo" (an example of polymerization), discussing her current research in supramolecular chemistry, and advising students of the various advantages and options for science majors. Mr. Frye and Dr. Bedlek-Anslow's classes were excited to see science in action!

Viking Sports Wrap

Boys Lacrosse
Spring Valley boys' lacrosse hosted Irmo on Monday evening.  The Vikings came away victorious in a 14 - 8 game.  The win maintains a tie for the lead in the Region.  Scoring goals for the Viking Laxers was Paul Currey (4 goals), Matthew Hogue (3 goals, 2 assists), Eli Burch (3 goals, 1 assist), Noah Diamond (1 goal, 2 assists), Gerard Smith (1 goal, 1 assist) and DeShan Wilson(1 goal) and Jay Johnson (1 goal).  James Moninghoff added an assist, as well. Defensively, the Vikings only turned the ball over 5 times all game and gathered 36 ground balls. Connor Sears had 9 saves in goal. Next up is an away game at Dutch Fork on Wednesday, March 26th.

Girls Soccer
On Friday, the girls soccer team defeated Ridge View 2-0 (away) to improve to 2-0 in region play (5-2 overall).  Goals were scored by Angela Downs and Megan Huntley (double assist by Hannah Gorman and Kat Lenti), and Alex Ramos recorded the shutout in goal.  The JV team defeated RV 1-0 in PK's after dominating most of a scoreless tie. The Vikings will host Blythewood at 5:30 and 7pm on Tuesday, March 25th

Congratulations to Cierra Carter

Congratulations to Senior girls basketball player Cierra Carter. This past Saturday, Cierra received the MVP Award for the South Carolina All-Star Team. The team played against the North Carolina All-Stars at Socastee High School in Myrtle Beach.  Cierra will play for Furman University next season. Hats off the Cierra!

Mu Alpha Theta, National High School Mathematics Honor Society

On Pi Day, March 14th, Spring Valley High School inducted 8 of its 11 members into Mu Alpha Theta, the National High School Mathematics Honor Society. Spring Valley High School reactivated our charter, which was originally granted in 1980. Advisors to the group are D. Stiffler and L. Glover. We are very excited to bring Mu Alpha Theta back to Spring Valley High School. 
Front row: Nafis Reeza, Jenning Chen, Chanse Sonsalla, Richard Chen, Mohammad Arammash, Denise Stiffler.
Back row: Greg Rossolov, Jedidiah Gist, Benjamin Fechter, Clayton Brandenburg, Arif Siddiqi, Aakash Shingala.

Make Up Days Reminder

A reminder about the make up days because of the winter storms in January and February...

Students will make up two days, and those two days will be on the already scheduled inclement weather makeup days, March 28 and April 21.

No Late Start on April 2nd

Due to HSAP testing April 1st through 3rd, there will be no late start on Wednesday, April 2nd. Students will report to first period, or to their scheduled testing location, at 8:40 am on April 2nd.

2014 Miss Green and Gold Pageant

You are cordially invited to attend the 2014 Miss Green and Gold Pageant. The pageant will be held in the Spring Valley Auditorium on March 28th @ 6:30 p.m. Admission to this event is free; however, a donation to Children's Miracle Network would be greatly appreciated.

Viking Sports Wrap

Girls Track & Field
The Lady Viking Track & Field team WON the Silver Fox Invitational this past Saturday at Dutch Fork High School. This meet was an awesome day for our team and the highlights include the following:
  • 4 x 400m relay (Kennay Agnew, Miya Freeman, Kailyn Taylor, Shauntel Smullen) set a new meet record of 4:10.
  • 4 x 800m relay (Kailyn Taylor, Tori Agostini, Claudia Cannon, Shauntel Smullen) set a new meet record of 9:55.
  • Kennay Agnew won the 100m dash with her P.R. time and Lanesa Mahon came in 4th.
  • Kennay Agnew came in 1st for the 200m dash.
  • Katherine Castillo placed 4th and Tamara McMichael placed 5th in 400m hurdles.
  • Claudia Cannon placed 1st in the 1 mile run with a meet record of 5:13 and Martina Novotny and Tori Agostini were close behind.
  • Raven Fleming placed 3rd in the high jump event and 2nd in shot put with a throw of 36'4.
  • Tori Agostini placed 2nd in the pole vault event.
  • Teana Gibbs, Chyna Thompson, and Dominique Hill took 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the JV 100m dash.
  • Inez Nicholson set a JV meet record in the 1 mile run followed by Irene Nicholson and Gabi Herron.
  • Teana Gibbs won the JV long jump with Dominique Hill placing 4th and Ziyonna Windsor 7th.
  • TahJa Farris-Taylor placed 2nd in the JV shot put with a throw of 27'.
  • Kennay Agnew won Meet MVP for her overall performance.
Our athletes have been working hard and it felt great to see them reap the rewards of their diligence. Please continue to encourage our young ladies as we press toward the goal of State Meet. We look forward to competing again this Wednesday, March 26th at Irmo High School.

Internship With Senator Graham

Richland Two's 1st Annual Film Festival

Attention all students & teachers! 
Richland Two is hosting a Film Festival event you do not want to miss!  This is your opportunity to create a digital story and let your voice be heard! Enter Richland Two's 1st Annual Film Festival by going to Richland2 Film Festival Blog.

Viking Soccer Night @ Moe's Southwest Grill

Take the night off from cooking and join the Viking Soccer players for dinner at Moe's Southwest Grill, in the Village at Sandhills, Thursday, March 27th from 5-9 p.m. The boys' and girls' soccer teams will receive a percentage of the total proceeds. The money will be used for equipment and expenses.  You can print the flyer or display it on your mobile phone, but you must make sure it is clear that you are supporting Viking soccer. Thank you for your support!  For more information call (803) 730-1543.

Mike Hoffman Wins 1st Place at Student Film Competition

Congratulations to Senior Mike Hoffman who won first place in the Our Story Matters Student Film Competition. The Our Story Matters Student Film Competition Awards commemorates and raises awareness about Columbia’s pivotal role in the civil rights movement. Students from local schools created short videos after researching the challenges faced in a person’s life or event. The awards screening of winning entries is an opportunity for students to display and be recognized for their work. Mike received $500, a video camera, and a year of membership to the Museum and FAAAC for his winning video. Kudos to Mike!

Discovery Students Competing at USC

Sixty-nine Spring Valley Discovery magnet students will compete in the SC Region 2 Science Fair today at the Carolina Coliseum.  Judging for the Senior division begins at 6:30 pm.  Good luck to all of these students!

Letter Jacket Sizing and Orders on March 24th

A Neff Sales Representative will be here on Monday, 3/24 to do letter jacket sizing and orders. This will be done during lunch in Bates Hall. You must have your letter, form, and payment to place an order.

A New SAT in Spring 2016

Archival Photographic Files
University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center
The SAT, a right of passage and source of anxiety for many American high school students since 1901, is changing. Here is a summary of the changes from a recent piece in the NY Times:

■ Instead of arcane “SAT words” (“depreciatory,” “membranous”), the vocabulary definitions on the new exam will be those of words commonly used in college courses, such as “synthesis” and “empirical.”

■ The essay, required since 2005, will become optional. Those who choose to write an essay will be asked to read a passage and analyze the ways its author used evidence, reasoning and stylistic elements to build an argument.

■ The guessing penalty, in which points are deducted for incorrect answers, will be eliminated.

■ The overall scoring will return to the old 1,600-point scale, based on a top score of 800 in reading and math. The essay will have a separate score.

■ Math questions will focus on three areas: linear equations; complex equations or functions; and ratios, percentages and proportional reasoning. Calculators will be permitted on only part of the math section.

■ Every exam will include, in the reading and writing section, source documents from a broad range of disciplines, including science and social studies, and on some questions, students will be asked to select the quotation from the text that supports the answer they have chosen.

■ Every exam will include a reading passage either from one of the nation’s “founding documents,” such as the Declaration of Independence or the Bill of Rights, or from one of the important discussions of such texts, such as the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s “Letter From Birmingham Jail.”

SVEF Scholarship Applications Deadline April 1st

Attention Seniors!  The scholarships offered through the Spring Valley Education Foundation are due no later than Tuesday, April 1 - no joke.  Make sure you have an unofficial transcript and teacher recommendation in hand to attach.  These range from $500 to $1,000 and have different criteria.  Get scholarship descriptions and applications from the CIC office, the Foundation office, from your counselor or online at www.supportspringvalleyhigh.org then click on Scholarships.

No Late Start on April 2nd

Due to HSAP testing April 1st through 3rd, there will be no late start on Wednesday, April 2nd. Students will report to first period, or to their scheduled testing location, at 8:40 am on April 2nd.

Viking Sports Wrap

Boys Track & Field
Last night the Boys Track Team defeated Lugoff-Elgin, Fairfield Central, Keenan and Pelion to run their record to 6-0. 
Winning events for the Vikings were:
Jack Timmerman - 1600m
Dell Woodard - 400 Hurdles
Frank Ward - triple jump
Ja'Lon Williams - shot put, discus.

Girls Track & Field
The Lady Viking Track & Field team competed against Pelion, Kennan, Lugoff-Elgin, and Fairfield Central High Schools last night at home. The scores are as follows:

SV     108            SV  99                 SV 135                 SV 140
Pelion 33              Kennan 21           LE  6                    FC  0

This brings our overall season record to 6-0 and our region record to 1-0. Some highlights of last night include:
-Our 4x400, 4x800, and 4x100 teams winning their overall races.
-Claudia Cannon won the 2 mile with an 11:52 and the one mile with a 5:28.
-Keisha Greene jumped her personal record of 15'8.5 and won the long jump event.
-Hannah Staudt won the pole vault event with a clear of 9ft.
-Raven Fleming won the shot put, discus, and high jump events.
-Lanesa Mahon won the 100m dash with a time of 12.4.
-Kennay Agnew won the 400m race.
-Shauntel Smullen and Kailyn Taylor took 1st and 2nd in the 800m run.
-Inez Nicholson took about 6 seconds off of her one mile time and looked strong in the open 800m race.

We performed well as a team overall and there are too many personal records to list on this one post. We are looking great so far and look forward to competing in the Silver Fox Invitational this Saturday, March 22nd at Dutch Fork High School.

Congratulations to Hunter Purvis

Thomas "Hunter" Purvis has received an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point. Each year, thousands of high school students apply for admission to USMA, but only a few are accepted. Being accepted for admission to the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point is an exceptional honor reserved for our nation’s most exceptional students. But it takes more than excellent grades to be accepted for admission. USMA also wants leaders who are physically fit and of outstanding character. Those who are selected to attend USMA receive a college education that is unparalleled in the world, with tuition, room and board, and expenses paid in full. Hats off to Hunter!

Scholastic Art and Writing National Awards

Top:  Jedidiah Gist - Digital Art - “Built In The Sky”
Bottom: Alexander Kohel - Digital Art - “Floating Castle”
Spring Valley recently had two students receive Scholastic Art and Writing National Awards for their artwork: Jedidiah Gist and Alexander Kohel. Both won silver awards for their digital art. To give you an idea how big of an accomplishment this is, there were a total of 8 students from all of SC that had their work selected to receive a national award. In addition, a majority of these students attend art magnets schools: the Charleston School of the Arts, the Greenville Fine Arts Center, the Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities, and Richland Northeast ("The Palmetto Center for the Arts"). Dorman and Spring Valley were the only non-magnet schools represented in South Carolina. Also, Spring Valley and the Charleston School of the Arts were the only 2 schools to have 2 national award winners. Way to go Jed and Alex!

Midlands Technical College Placement Testing

Attention Seniors: Midlands Technical College will be administering their placement test on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at 8:40 am in the Spring Valley Auditorium.  Anyone interested in taking the test must apply to Midlands Tech before April 1. For more information or questions, please contact Mrs. Ashworth at 699-3500 x69915 or by email at bashworth@richland2.org.

Congratulations Alex Dawson

Alex Dawson has been accepted into the Ocean Exploration Trust Honors Research Program. Alex was 1 of 12 students in the US to be accepted into this program. This summer she will attend the University of Rhode Island for four weeks to learn what scientists do on expeditions, then in the fall she will go on a trip to the Caribbean to work alongside scientists on the Nautilus. Alex has always loved marine biology and was inspired by Mr. Soblo's AP Environmental Science class. Click here to read more about this program.

Viking Sports Wrap

Varsity Boys Soccer
SV 4  L.E. 0  at SV
Goals: Adrian Thompson, Carter Kohel, Andrew Tilton, Zane Personal

The softball team lost last night to a tough Lugoff Elgin team 6-4.  We were down 4-1 in the bottom of the 7th with 2 outs, and were able to get 3 runs across to force extra innings.  However, Lugoff was able to score 2 unanswered runs in the top of the 9th.  Next game is at home on Friday, March 21st vs. Ridge View.  Come out and support your Lady Vikings!

HOSA State Leadership Conference Winners

Spring Valley's HOSA took 29 students to the HOSA State Leadership Conference in Charleston on March 12th-14th, 2014.  The students had the opportunity to compete in 57 events.  HOSA had 10 first place winners, 10 second place winners, and 2 third place winners.   Four students won scholarships totaling $2600.00; they were, Akhila Padi, Aakash Shingale, Lydia Kwon, and Karen Lee.  Three students were recognized as Bronze medal winners for the Barbara James Service Award; Linda Thomas, Karen Lee and Sara Wallam.  Three students were recognized as Silver medal winners for the Barbara James Service Award; Sarah Lee, Crystal Lee, and Leila Yazdi.  Two students were in the top 10% for the Health Care Issues Exam; Jane Hyun and Lydia Kwon. Spring Valley HOSA was recognized as an Outstanding HOSA Chapter and for the HOSA Happenings Award.  HOSA Advisor's Lorie McDuffie and Mary Morgan accompanied the group to Charleston. Jackie Howard Love attended as a chaperon.  The next competition will be in June at the National HOSA Leadership Conference in Orlando, FL.

Congratulations Spring Valley Gospel Choir

Spring Valley Gospel Choir was name the  #1 Gospel Choir at the 13th Annual Stir Up The Gifts Youth Gospel Choir Competition & Talent Showcase. This was the second year in a row that they have won this event. The choir did an outstanding job scoring 317 points out of 330, defeating the other choirs by a landslide. Please take some time today and congratulate them on their accomplishment. Way to go Spring Valley Gospel Choir!

SV Featured in WLTX HS BBall Promo "This Is Home"

Viking Parent University - March 20th 6:00-7:30 p.m.

Spring Valley’s School Counseling Department will be hosting an information night for parents and students on March 20th from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Speakers will present information on three different areas: Live, Learn and Work. The evening will begin in the multipurpose room on the second floor with a brief greeting from the School Counseling Director. Following will be three 20 minute round robin sessions for parents and students to attend.

March 21st Voter Registration at SV For Students

We have a non-partisan group that will be conducting a voter registration event at Spring Valley High School on Friday, March 21st at 8:00 a.m. It is important to note that students do not have to be 18 to register, as long as they will turn 18 on or before Election Day (Nov. 4) they can register and even vote in primaries.

Required information:
  • Name
  • Address
  • Birthday
  • SSN (We realize many people are understandably hesitant to give this out, but Social Security Numbers are required by S.C. Code of Laws 7-5-170. This number is for internal purposes only and eliminates multiple registrations by a single individual. Social Security Numbers are not released to any unauthorized individual).

SV FAFSA Assistance - March 25, 2-6 p.m.

Please join us on March 25, 2014 from 2:00-6:00 p.m. at Spring Valley in the Multi-Purpose Room on the 2nd floor. Spring Valley is offering to assist seniors and their families with completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The FAFSA is the single most important financial aid form you will complete as you apply to college. Also, the FAFSA can be a prerequisite for qualifying for private awards. Attendees are asked to bring the following to the event:
  1. PIN #'s (one for the student and one for one of the parents) from www.pin.ed.gov.
  2. Federal tax return and W-2's for the parents and student.
  3. Know the current balance of checking, savings, and non-retirement investments for parents and student.
  4. Complete the attached worksheet and bring it along. Click here for worksheet.

Spring Valley Host ACDA Choir Festival

Spring Valley High School hosted its' first ACDA (American Choral Directors Association) Choir Festival and Clinic on March 14th in the Spring Valley Auditorium. The Viking Singers were awarded a Superior rating by the three adjudicators based upon their performance of two Classical works by Thomas Morley and Johannes Brahms. Other schools present today were Brookland-Cayce High School, Blythewood High School, Richland Northeast High School, Ridge View High School, and Muller Road Middle School. Thanks to all the schools that participated.

Sport Cancellations and Postponements for Monday, March 17th

The Boys Tennis match scheduled for today @ Aiken has been postponed and will be rescheduled for a later date TBA.

The JV Boys Baseball Game scheduled for today @ Lugoff-Elgin has been postponed and will be played at Spring Valley tomorrow @ 4:30 pm.

The Girls and Boys Lacrosse games scheduled for today vs RNE have been postponed and maybe rescheduled for tomorrow.

The Varsity Baseball Game scheduled for today has been cancelled and maybe rescheduled at a later time TBA.