Get Your SVEF Auction Tickets !

Please support our school by coming out to our Education Foundation’s 32nd Annual Auction on Saturday, March 3rd, beginning at 6:00 PM at Richland Two Institute of Innovation(R2i2).

Tickets are $25 in advance. You can purchase your tickets online or by visiting our SVEF office. Click here to visit our SVEF website to purchase tickets. Click here to check out our facebook page with pictures of auction items. Please come join us for a wonderful night out supporting Spring Valley High.

The Spring Valley Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

Questions? Please contact SVEF Director Dusty Broadway-Amick at 803.699.3500 x. 69061.

Student Summer Job Fair

Attention Students!! Richland 2 is hosting a job fair on March 3rd at R2i2 from 8:45- 11:30. Space is limited to 30 students per school. If you're interested in attending the job fair please email Mrs. Wright, Career Counselor, at Please understand that emailing Mrs. Wright does not guarantee a spot at the job fair, but allows you to set-up a pre-interview with one of the Career Specialists and/or Work-Based Learning Coordinator at Spring Valley. 

FREE Boys Lacrosse Game for Students with ID

TODAY is opening day for our girls and boys lacrosse teams. Our boys will be at home vs Lexington while our girls will travel to Lexington.

All SVHS Students with ID will get into the Boys Lacrosse game for free tomorrow. JV plays at 5:30 followed by the Varsity somewhere around 7:15. Come on out and support your fellow Vikings! Go Vikings!

We Need Your Selfies !!

The Spring Valley Yearbook is look for Selfie pictures for the yearbook. They need selfies from students, teachers, and staff.  If you have a good picture and would like for it to be posted in the yearbook email Tyla McDowell

Yearbook Senior Ads

Express love and congratulations to the seniors in the 2018 yearbook. Please see the attached Senior Ad form. Final deadline is Friday, March 2, 2018. 

SAT Workshop


Teacher Cadets

Exactly what is Teacher Cadets?
Teacher Cadet is a class for juniors & seniors who are interested in exploring the various careers in education.or in any profession that works with kids. You will learn valuable information and gain the skills to work with children and youth. More detailed information can be found at this link:

What kind of credit do students earn?
The class is a dual enrollment class, so students are receiving college credit (EDU101) while at the same time receiving an elective high school credit. Because of its dual enrollment status, S.C. awards Advanced Placement weighting to this course. 

Who can sign up for the class?
Students must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA and an excellent disciplinary record. You MUST complete an application to be admitted into the class. 

What about the college credit?
The credit will transfer to any college or university in the United States. The receiving college will determine how the credit will be applied to the student’s course of study dependent on their major , but no college has refused to accept it. 

Can juniors take the class?

What if I am not sure I want to be a teacher?
This class will still be of great benefit to you! See Mrs. Dilley in 329D for more information. Applications are available from Mrs. Dilley, outside of 329D in the folder, and online.

What if I have already taken this class?
We will offer Teacher Cadet 2 for the 2018-2019 school year! No application is needed for this class, if you have completed Teacher Cadet I, you are eligible for Teacher Cadet 2! see Mrs. Dilley for more information!