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PURPOSE

DRIVEN PROFILES

Richland Two educators recognize that education is a calling and each possesses a passion for helping students achieve success. Learn more about the dedicate professionals who inspire students and each other every day. 

Karis Mazyck

Karis Mazyck web profile

Middle School Principal of the Year

Blythewood Middle School's Karis Mazyck was named the 2024 South Carolina Middle-Level Principal of the Year by The South Carolina Association of School Administrators (SCASA)

Dr. Sabina Mosso-Taylor

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South Carolina Elementary Principal of the Year

Jackson Creek Elementary School's Dr. Sabina Mosso Taylor was named the 2024 South Carolina Elementary Principal of the Year by the South Carolina Association of School Administrators (SCASA)

 

Valente' Gibson

2023-2024 Scholastic! Teacher Fellow

Valente' Gibson, a third-grade teacher at Jackson Creek Elementary School, will influence will collaborate with Scholastic Education Solutions’ product development, research, and publishing teams for the duration of the school year.

Harrison Love & Timel Benton

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Representation Matters

Round Top Elementary teachers Harrison Love and Timel Benton empower all of their students to overcome and thrive. Each day they show their students that being hearing impaired shouldn't hold them back from achieving.

ShaQuana Bracey

From Teacher Cadet to Classroom Star

ShaQuana Bracey developed a love for children during her high school teacher cadet class. The relationships she builds with her students and their families fuel the successes in her classroom.

Jeff O'Shields

The Man, the Myth, the Legend

Jeff O'Shields' science classes are the stuff of legend. His passion for teaching and science are infectious. 

Signature Learning

Choice is the hallmark of Richland Two schools. Our programs immerse students in distinctive and captivating learning opportunities that go beyond the ordinary.

Richland Northeast High | Palmetto Center for the Arts

Palmetto Center for the Arts is the Visual and Performing Arts Magnet for Richland School District Two. The program, which includes dance, music, theatre and visual arts, is nationally recognized.

Sandlapper Elementary | Computer Science Immersion School

The Computer Science Magnet Program prepares students in work, life and citizenship by providing computer science coding skills to become effective collaborators and communicators.

Lonnie B. Nelson Elementary | ACE Magnet

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ACE students learn financial literacy 

Westwood High | Cyber Security

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Cybersecurity is the wave of the future. Students will be ahead of the game and will be ready to compete in the workforce.

Spring Valley High | Discovery and Explorations

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Spring Valley High magnets are committed to cultivating, energizing, and graduating high-achieving high school graduates.

Richland Northeast High | Three Magnets, One School

RNHS signature programs

Performers, journalists, artists and high-achievers all find a place within Richland Northeast High's magnet programs. 

Joseph Keels Elementary | Strings Project Partnership

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Thanks to a partnership with the University of South Carolina Joseph Keels Elementary students are learning to make music and explore 

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Graduation students
A Parent's No. 1 Choice

28,876

90-day enrollment (pk-12)

12.5%

of Richland Two's more than 28,000 students are military affiliated

86.2%

district Graduation rate (above state’s rate of 82.2%)

$168M

college scholarships offered to the class of 2023

31

Nationally Certified Magnet Programs

1288

students enrolled in dual-enrollment classes last year

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