3 CHS students chosen for governor’s school
Three Clover High School students have been selected for South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville. It is ranked among the top 100 schools in the nation.
Students attend for nine months. It is a public, residential high school specializing in artistic and academic excellence.
John Austin King, a freshman, will study music and piano.
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Lucas Curtis Grondin, a freshman, will focus on visual arts.
SarahAnn Barbara Therrell, a sophomore, plans to specialize in music and flute.
CHS honors students in job training program
The Occupational Credential and Community Based Training Awards were held May 22 at Clover High School.
The students who participate in this program team up with businesses to learn job skills while in high school.
Students participating were Cheyenne Ledford, Joseph Chamberlain, Nan Toth, Carl Quinn, Alex Wyatt, Kimberly Kerns, Aspen Pendleton and Gordon Aos.
Some of the business partners are Carowinds, Lowe’s Home Improvement, McDonald’s, Publix, Subway and YMCA.