News

Who Will Be Named "Best Singer in the Region"?

Who Will Be Named "Best Singer in the Region"?

We are thrilled to host "Best Singer in the Region," a competition that is a preliminary for "Best Singer in the State." The event will be held May 17th in the auditorium...

Trustees Approve Capital Improvement Projects

Trustees Approve Capital Improvement Projects

The district will continue to upgrade buildings and campuses with the issuance of a $600,000 bond. The bond will be paid off in one year with no increase in taxes. Windows...

ACT & SAT Prep Sessions

ACT & SAT Prep Sessions

In efforts to better prepare students for the ACT / SAT assessments, Ware Shoals High School will be providing free test prep sessions and study materials to those...

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Events

Thu, Mar 21 , 3:00 PM
Tue, Mar 26 , 6:00 PM
Fri, Mar 29 , 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Sat, Apr 6 , 7:00 PM
Mon, Apr 15 - Fri, Apr 19 , 12:00 AM
Fri, Apr 26 , 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Mon, Apr 29 , 3:00 PM
Sat, May 11 , 8:00 AM
Fri, May 17 , 6:00 PM
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LIVE FEED

Paul Anderson

Paul Anderson

about 19 hours ago

The Purple and Gold view image

Dr. Fay Sprouse

Dr. Fay Sprouse

14 days ago

Congratulations to Miss Reesie Beckner, a student at Ware Shoals Middle School, upon being selected as the recipient of South Carolina's "Yes, I Can!" award. Reesie was chosen for excellence in the arts despite having a hearing impairment. view image

Paul Anderson

Paul Anderson

14 days ago

Purple and Gold view image

Daniel Crockett

Daniel Crockett

19 days ago

WSP Celebrates Read Across America Day! Students lined the halls at Ware Shoals Primary School and spent time reading independently - just for fun! "The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go!" - Dr. Seuss view image

Dr. Fay Sprouse

Dr. Fay Sprouse

20 days ago

Safety is our top priority. Keeping children safe from offensive, vulgar content on the internet is a big challenge. We recently learned of inappropriate content that is being embedded into YouTube videos that seem, on the surface, to be appropriate for children. For that reason, we are removing access to YouTube from student devices today.

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