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Bonding through chess: SCISA Chess Meet

Kate emerged as the star of our Chess Team at the SCISA State Chess Meet this year.  Mr. Bonds (team sponsor along with Dr. Gates) took Jack, Naomi, Rebecca and Kate to the Sumter Civic Center on November 13 to … Continue reading

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All You Can Eat Oysters and More!

They arrived in a white panel truck from Livingston’s Bull’s Bay Seafood—36 cold bushels of McClellanville oysters neatly tied up in white bags.  It wasn’t long before the bivalves were steaming in giant pots over propane stoves.  The chefs (Dr. … Continue reading

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Charleston Jaunts and Haunts

The College of Charleston and the historic Dock Street Theater were the destinations for a daylong field trip for grades 8-12 on October 24.  At the College of Charleston, Kingfishers met up with TGS alumna Avery Rose (2018), who shared … Continue reading

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Volleyball Season Ends

Our TGS volleyball team ended their season with a smile October 1 with the traditional celebration of Senior Night.  The Kingfishers had played a tough game that night, losing to rival North Myrtle Beach Christian.  Despite the disappointing loss, Senior … Continue reading

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State Cross Country Meet

  Naomi and Rebecca represented TGS at the State Cross Country Meet, held on Saturday, October 27 at Heathwood Hall in Columbia.  Spectators and runners alike enjoyed cool temperatures and a mix of sun and clouds for this outdoor event.  … Continue reading

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On the Waccamaw with DNR

On Tuesday, October 16, a group of students from the 5th, 6th, and 7th grades set out to Hobcaw Barony to explore Winyah Bay on a DNR Discovery Boat. Once they were on the river, they helped to collect data … Continue reading

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Two More Elks Scholarships!

Chris and Isabella were each awarded a $4000 Elks Most Valuable Student scholarship by the S.C. State Elks Association.  The award is based on scholarship, leadership, and academic need.  Chris and Isabella found out just before they headed out to … Continue reading

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