Charleston County Schools Recognized for Commitment to STEM Education

The Post and Courier
July 14, 2021

Six Charleston County schools earned distinctions for their commitment to science, technology, engineering and math education over the 2020-21 school year.

Project Lead The Way, a nonprofit dedicated to providing STEM professional development and curriculum to schools across the nation, gave out High School Distinguished School awards to Wando High School, James Island Charter High School and the Charleston Charter School for Math and Science’s high school program.

The nonprofit awarded the Gateway Distinguished School recognition to Morningside Middle School in North Charleston and Moultrie and Thomas C. Cario middle schools, both in Mount Pleasant. The Gateway award also went to the middle school program at the Charleston Charter School for Math and Science.

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