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Free weekend meals available for students

Weekend meals are offered through curbside pickup for full-time Virtual Academy and hybrid students. Meals must be pre-ordered in advance before pickup. Get the details here
Curbside meals announced

Students earn 51 AP Scholar awards

One Brookland-Cayce High student, Joseph Buchmaier, earned National AP Scholar, a distinction given to fewer than 1 percent of students nationwide
AP Scholars

Changes to Attendance Policy for 2020-2021

Parents, we want to make you aware of a recent change to the district's attendance policy, plus the adoption of a new temporary policy for how attendance will be counted for hybrid and Virtual Academy students
Updated attendance policy
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Principal's Message

      At Brookland-Cayce High School, students can choose the academic path that best suits their college and career goals.  We are a Transform SC site organized into three learning academies:
     -- The Quest Academy, which targets the gifted and talented learner, leads the way for our school's increase in Advanced Placement programs.
     -- i2Tech which is part of the New Tech National Network, focuses on a STEM curricula delivered through an integrated, project-based learning platform.
     -- The BC Legacy Academy, which focuses on preparing the well-rounded student to be college and career ready through grade-level communities using a project-based approach to learning.
      In addition to these academies, we offer dual enrollment, career pathways and Early College programs, giving students a chance to earn college credits during the high school day -- free.  
    The choices for success are endless here at Brookland-Cayce High School. Let's get started.
 
Principal Gregg Morton
 
 

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