Are you taking the SAT or ACT this spring or next fall? Come in on February 14th and take a free practice test! You can also schedule a consultation with a tutor to work on improving your scores.
Seniors: Order your graduation supplies today!
Girls State information! Stop by guidance for all the details.
ACCUPLACER testing begins this week for all juniors. This test is needed to enroll in any courses at TCTC and allows you to see how ready you are for college-level coursework. You can see the other benefits by visiting the following links: Video: https://vimeo.com/463575769 Handout: shorturl.at/pzQU0
Congratulations to our Fishing Team for placing 3rd in their tournament this past weekend! Way to go! 🎣
Thank you, ROTC!
3K and 4K Application Process is Open for the 2023-24 School Year! SDPC is now accepting applications for our 3K and 4K programs for the 2023-24 school year! For more information, please visit our Pre-K website at www.pickens.k12.sc.us/page/pre-k-information-page. Note: 5K Registration will begin on January 11.
Juniors - if you are planning to take the ACT or SAT at school, please return your letter by Monday!
Attention students: Class meetings will be held tomorrow morning.
We're looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow for the beginning of Semester 2!
Missed your EOC before break? Tomorrow is your last chance to take it!
Today's bell schedule. Dismissal at Noon!
Did you miss an EOC? Makeups are tomorrow and Friday!
Bell schedule for tomorrow and Thursday
New Journalism class next semester!
Congratulations to Mrs. Goodacre for being selected as November’s Teacher of the Month! Every month, students vote for one teacher based on an exemplary teacher trait. This month’s trait was creativity. Thank you to Student Council and Mrs. Leganza for organizing this monthly teacher recognition!
VirtualSC and PCVA exams will be taken in the media center. Please bring your Chromebook!
Toys for Tots Drive
Our Youth in Government recently attended their conference in Columbia. The Easley delegation was by far the most outstanding delegation represented. Our students were elected to three out of the six positions in the state, including Secretary of state (Lucia Ramos-Calleros), Speaker of the House (Blake Hydrick), and Superintendent of Education (Ava Westhart). Two students earned the "Outstanding Delegate Award" Logan Hunter and Carter Hawkins for passion and richness of debate. Mary Gray Cox was awarded the "Media Specialist Award" for the outstanding quality of work on the media team. Mia Yousey, Abby Dill, Braylee Dunn, Lydia Jones, and Olivia Dillard all earned the "Outstanding Bill Award" for well-researched and written legislation. Kylee Liddle, Sydney Foster, and Taylor Dickson DJ'd the dance for the entire conference. The final award was a Delegation wide award. The "Premier Delegation" award is given to delegations that exemplify the YMCA's core ethics. Helen Vrouvakis led this delegation to be the most decorated in the history of Easley High School.
Interested in the Accelerate program?