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You’re amazing, Horror High!

At 7:00 pm on April 17, guidance counselor Miss Medusa came on stage to open senior year at Horror High: The Musical.  Directed by Josie Thames and Kathy Morgan, Horror High features a motley class of teenage zombies, werewolves, monsters, … Continue reading

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The Rewards of Science

Students of The Georgetown School of Arts & Sciences received several awards at the Lowcountry Regional Science and Engineering Fair, held on April 10 at the College of Charleston. TGS won 14 of the total awards given at the fair, including … Continue reading

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The Shape of Fun: Our Trip to the N.C. Research Triangle

For almost a month before leaving on the 2017-18 trip, students tried to figure out its destination. The most common guesses, Nashville and Atlanta, were proven wrong on the morning of Tuesday, March 13. Kingfishers loaded their bags onto the … Continue reading

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Literary Meet 2018

On Wednesday, March 7, TGS students arrived at school before 7AM to travel to the SCISA State Literary Meet. The high schoolers in Mrs. Josie’s car jammed out to some show tunes on the way down to Charleston Southern University, … Continue reading

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Young fry of treachery!

Mrs. Crosby’s Language Arts class put on a spirited performance of Macbeth on March 12 in the Auditorium for all students, parents, and teachers who could get away at 3rd period. The 6th and 7th-graders had carefully selected scenes to … Continue reading

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The Angry Nerds Take a Trophy

The Angry Nerds, the TGS Robotics team, entered their second year of competition with high hopes. The team – Jack, Nico, Nick, Taylor, Annika, and Camper – met every Wednesday as well as many days after school as the competition … Continue reading

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Science Fair

As the end of the third quarter approaches, so does the science fair. Students scrambled to set up their boards and rehearse their presentations one final time before the bell rang on the morning of Tuesday, March 6. Judges Jennifer … Continue reading

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