January 17, 2014
BHS All-State Orchestra Selections
They perform with the orchestra at Furman University at the end of February.
BHS Senior William Hinson - Long-Drive SMASHER!
BHS All-Area Athletes
BHS Athletic Director Inducted into Liberty High Hall of Fame
BHS Food Service Employee given National Award for her quick action
Susan Newton, cafeteria worker at Blythewood High School, was named the National Sodexo Experience Winner for her brave and heroic efforts protecting the students of Blythewood High School. She confronted an intruder back in the fall who was evading police and helped detain him without any incident at school. Her quick action and bravery was amazing! Mrs. Newton's story was featured on WLTX,
2 BHS Teachers earn National Board certification
Junior Lunch Privilege for 2nd semester
- All grades 77% or higher for semester 1
- No suspensions for semester 1
- No attendance issues for semester 1
- All school fees have been paid in full
Juniors interested in this privilege must pick up the application in the main office and have it signed by their parents. A special ID will be awarded to the approved students. Juniors may NOT leave campus during lunch until this process has been completed and their new ID has been received.
BHS to host its first-ever DANCE marathon
On Friday, February 21st, we will have our first Dance Marathon at BHS! USC has one of the largest Dance Marathons in the country and they have asked us to work with them to raise money for Palmetto Health Children's Hospital by having a Dance Marathon of our own at Blythewood.
BHS Military Family Night
Graduation Information for Seniors
Please be sure to click on the link for senior graduation information for important information and reminders.
Community Internship Program Showcase
Community Internship Program students showcased their career internships as well as community service and projects along with their mentors at an exhibition. As always, Blythewood High thanks the community for their partnerships with our students.
Any mentor interested in working with the program second semester, or in the future, should contact Kim Stokes at 691-4090 x 28503, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free SAT Workshop
Financial Aid Information Night for Future College Students and Families
Winter Sports Pep Rally
Sparkleberry Fair Scholarship Opportunities
The Sparkleberry Fair is once again generously offering high school students $1,000 college scholarships. Applications may be accessed by clicking on the link below for any high school seniors interested in applying.
Child Development Applications
Richland Two’s Title I Child Development Program will be accepting applications
Monday, January 13, through Friday, April 11, 2014
• This is a needs-based program designed to ensure that the most
at-risk children enter kindergarten with the skills necessary to
• The full-day program is free to qualifying families
• Children applying for the program must be four years old by
September 1, 2014.
• Applications will be taken at the Clemson Road Child Development
Center (CRCDC) at 2621A Clemson Road, Monday - Friday, from
8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
• Applications are also available on the center’s website:
• For information call 803.699.2536
CRCDC has classrooms on nine elementary school campuses in Richland Two:
Bridge Creek, Conder, Forest Lake, Keels, Killian, Langford, Pontiac,
Sandlapper and Windsor
Upcoming Athletic Events
January 19 = Wrestling vs Dreher
January 20 = JV Basketball at Richland Northeast
January 21 = B-Team Basketball vs Columbia / Varsity Basketball vs Richland Northeast
January 23 = B-Team and JV Basketball vs Ridge View
January 24 = Varsity Basketball at Ridge View