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Fox Creek Wins 4th Palmetto Gold Award

web posted April 21, 2014

MERRIWETHER – Fox Creek High School has received the coveted 2013-2014 Palmetto Gold Award presented by the South Carolina State Department of Education. Fox Creek stands out as one of the few rural schools to be granted such an award for the fourth straight year in a row.

FCHS principal Josh Trahan credits the commitment and support of all members of the Fox Creek family for helping the school earn such a distinction.

“Fox Creek is genuinely excited to receive such an achievement, as we have in the past few years,” said Mr. Trahan. “The award is truly a reflection of our dedicated faculty and staff, as well as our supportive family and community members. This distinction only encourages us to continue to set high standards and expectations for ourselves and our students.”

The Palmetto Gold and Silver Awards program, founded in 1998, recognizes schools for general performance and closing the achievement gap. Within those two categories, a school may be awarded either the gold or silver designation. School report card indices as well as graduation rates and high rates of growth are utilized to determine the awards.







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