Resources for High School

Click here to learn more about what your children should be learning in school based on the standards. These resources are excellent for families to use during the summer months as well as during back-to-school events. The family-friendly guides are updated and available for English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.

WorkKeys Information:

On March 22, 2017, 11th-grade students in Richland Two will take WorkKeys®, a career readiness assessment that measures essential workforce skills.

      WorkKeys Flyer:                                                   Informational Video on WorkKeys:
                     


Assessments

STEM Premier:

STEM Premier is an online living resume that students can start in ninth grade and continue on through high school. It's a wonderful tool that can be shared with businesses and colleges.

Getting ready for high school: 

High School 101 presentation

Getting ready for college: 

To receive a South Carolina high school diploma, students must complete 24 Carnegie Units and demonstrate proficiency in computer literacy. See the chart (pdf).

Click the links to find information on each of the following:     

Reading:

Sun.pngOverDrive Summer Read 

The OverDrive Summer Read is an annual program designed to encourage your students to keep reading all year long. Titles selected can supplement other summer reading programs, and will offer free, simultaneous access to students from June 1–30. 
 

bookawardlogo2.jpgSouth Carolina Book Awards

The South Carolina Book Awards encourage students to read quality, contemporary literature and honor the authors of the books annually chosen by student vote. Check out this year's winners as well as past winners.

Resources:

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Search from thousands of magazines, newspapers and reference books available 24/7 through South Carolina's Virtual Library. Discus is a service of the SC State Library.  

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