The application to School District Five’s Spring Hill High School for the 2024-2025 school year opens on November 9. Spring Hill High School (SHHS), Career Pathways Magnet, opened its doors in August of 2013 as an all-choice, all-magnet public high school. The school is ranked as the number one OpenContinue Reading

School District Five Nursing Supervisor Joanna Stanek has been selected to participate in a brand-new Public School Nurse Leadership program created by the University of South Carolina College of Nursing, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), and the South Carolina Department of Education. Stanek is oneContinue Reading

Lexington-Richland School District Five will hold the first of two district Magnet Fairs on Thursday, November 9, 2023 giving families in the district an opportunity to explore offerings at several of its schools. This year the two Magnet Fairs will be separated by grade levels. The first in-person event willContinue Reading

This October 23-30, the District Five Foundation will be hosting a week-long online auction – “The D5 Experience: Shining a light on school and community spirit, talent, and activities.” The Foundation will end the week with a district-wide spirit day filled with activities. By becoming a sponsor of the eventContinue Reading

Two District Five students will soon be published authors. Fourth grader De Andre Caughman at Seven Oaks Elementary School Media Magnet and third grader Dylan Martinez Perez at Leaphart Elementary School STEAM Magnet were surprised by Superintendent Dr. Akil E. Ross, Sr. and other faculty and staff, as well asContinue Reading

In the book The Obstacle is the Way, author Ryan Holiday shares a zen story about a king who made several observations about those in his kingdom. The king noticed that the people were becoming unappreciative of their liberties. He wanted to teach the people a lesson and decided toContinue Reading

Lexington-Richland School District Five educator Dr. Elizabeth Magee has been recognized as a Distinguished Educator by the national nonprofit Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF) for outstanding commitment to professional development in real-world personal finance topics. To date, Magee has earned 6 NGPF Certifications, each of which requires 10 hours ofContinue Reading

Nursery Road Elementary School-Arts Magnet (NRES-AM) has received a $12,400 Distinguished Arts Program (DAP) grant from the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE). The grant is for the project Excellence in Arts at Nursery Road Elementary Integration. DAP grants provide funds for one-year projects and funds from this grant awardContinue Reading