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     ATTENTION FORMER MHS STUDENTS SEEKING YOUR                                                  HS DIPLOMA
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Fast Facts:
Enrollment: 825~
Superintendent: Dr. William T. Wright Jr.; Dr. Cleo Richardson, Interim
Schools: 1 Early Childhood Center, 1 Elementary, 1 middle, 1 high, 1 Alternative Education program
Afterschool program: 21st Century Learning Center 
 McCormick County School District is FOCUSed on Learning!  
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Belief Statements

1.        We influence the future.

2.        One person can make a difference.

3.        Excellence is worth the effort.

4.        All individuals have the ability to learn.

5.        Education is a powerful resource to enhance the quality of life.

6.        Every individual is entitled to a safe and secure learning environment.

7.        Respect is essential for an effective educational environment.

8.        Learning is a life-long process.

9.        The community and the individual are responsible to each other.

10. Parents/Guardians are responsible for their children.

11. The family is the most important unit in the life of the individual.

12. There is a Supreme Being.

13. Human life is sacred.

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  • ACT 155 McCormick School District Diploma Application
    You may print and email the form to brownj@mccormick.k12.sc.us.
    The form may also be printed and mailed to
    McCormick County School District
    821 North Mine Street McCormick, SC 29835
    Attn: Jackie Brown
    You may also fill out a form online Take Survey 
    Once the application is received and the information verified, the school board of trustees must approve the names presented at their monthly scheduled meeting.
    (2nd Monday of the Month)
    The names are then submitted to the State Department of Education for approval and printing. This process takes approximately six (6) weeks from board meeting to receipt of diplomas.
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