Three schools accepted into TransformSC program

Three South Carolina schools — Royal Live Oaks Academy, Lexington Middle School and Sandhills Primary School — will have the opportunity to see the three-year innovation plans they developed come to life with their acceptance into the TransformSC innovative schools network.


Three South Carolina schools — Royal Live Oaks Academy, Lexington Middle School and Sandhills Primary School — will have the opportunity to see the three-year innovation plans they developed come to life with their acceptance into the TransformSC innovative schools network.

TransformSC is a voluntary program through which schools incorporate the organization's project-based learning, blended learning, continuous assessment and competency-based progression initiatives. The organization provides support to member schools in the form of mentorship and implementation assistance.

With the three new schools, TransformSC is now a network of 40 schools in 19 districts.

"When schools volunteer to participate in TransformSC, it is a testament to their leadership and commitment to innovation," Mike Brenan and Pamela Lackey, the organization's co-chairs, said. "We welcome these new schools to the TransformSC network, and we look forward to learning from them and celebrating their progress."

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