Accomplishments

 
 
PRMS Honor Rolls 2019/2020
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First Quarter Honor Rolls

Second Quarter Honor Rolls

Third Quarter Honor Rolls

Fourth Quarter Honor Rolls

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Academics
 

Lexington Two Academic Scholars

Lexington Two is proud of our academic scholars and committed to offering students and parents opportunities  to learn about scholarships and Advanced Placement course offerings in high school. The PRMS Guidance and Careers department offer student workshops and informational meetings for parents during the year.  See the below links for more information.  

PSAT Information

South Carolina Junior Scholars

Duke TIPs

Myrdis Walker Scholars

 
PRMS Myrdis Walker Scholars 2019 
Pine Ridge Middle School and Lexington Two honor Lexington Two PRMS students at the district's Myrdis Walker Scholars Induction Ceremony in February. Scholars have been identified as gifted or have a class rank in the top fifteen percent of their class.
Honorees include students Aisha Albert, Jasmine Boston, Ja’mese Corbitt, Amayah Harmon, Marques Hudson, Sa’Nyiah James, Michael Lykes,  Arianna Pee, Naizja Redding, Kendall Singleton, Micah Taylor, and Brandon Walters. 
 
PRMS Duke TIPS Scholars 2019 
Isabelle Carpenter, Delisa Godbolt, Eduardo Hernandez, Max Hernandez, Nia Jenkins, Nathan Linden, Rhett McDonald, Madelyn Mendez, Julaylie Morales, Josue Ortega Lopez, Isadara Osborne, Amanda Peterson, Jonathan Ramirez Bautista, Justin Sightler,
6th grade: Amanda Almeida-Cortez, Camya Bailey, William Barrs, Cole Brink, La’Neice Carter, Cameron Davis, Avery Jones, Christian Rivers, Aaden Serra, Mason Shull, Natalie Sims, Jaylynn Spires
  
PRMS 2019/2020 Honors & Accomplishments

September/October
Maggie Cusey, Science Teacher at Pine Ridge Middle School, won a Colonial Life Grant for a unit on force and motion. Amanda Chapman, also a Science teacher won the same grant for the PRMS school wide Stem Challenges.

November
Pine Ridge Middle School’s Student Government, lead by faculty advisor Brian Schaffer, held a sock drive for charity during October. Their ‘Socktober’ drive collected nearly three hundred pairs of new socks, with Mrs. Carolyn Johnson’s class collecting the most and winning a pizza party.

Career Specialist Lynn Bouknight and a group of 7th and 8th graders from PRMS attended USC Engineering Day on Oct 10th. They were treated to how to make Slime by USC Engineering Grad Students. 

January 
Pine Ridge Middle School had an attendance challenge for the first semester pitting girls against boys. The girls won and were able to attend a special assembly where Mr. Kerr, the Assistant Principal, had to kiss a pig. (Special shout out and thank you to Richbourg Haven Farms for providing the piglet.)
 
PRMS and Communities in Schools Counselor Susan Key, along with West Columbia Councilman Mike Green, collected canned goods for the Cayce Cares project in December.
 
PRMS Teacher of the Year Jennifer Eskridge, aide Florence Carter, and her students performed a holiday play for the Pine Ridge Senior Center on December 5th.
 
February
Pine Ridge Middle School 8th grader Haigen Shelley was accepted to SC Governor's School for the Arts for Visual Arts summer program.

The PRMS Royal Knights Chess Team competed in a regional meet on Saturday, Feb. 22nd. Team members Grant Smith. Gavin McCaskill, Austin Smith and Gustovo Montez won first place. Keagan Brazell won Biggest Upset award for beating one of the highest ranked players at the tournament.

The PRMS Girls Basketball team, coached by teacher Brian Schaffer and Rich Gibson, won first place and are division champions for 2019/2020.

PRMS participated in the Lex 2 Souper Bowl food collection campaign in January and collected the most cans of all the participating district schools with close to 1,000 cans.

PRMS Principal Dr. David Basile won the Principal of the Year award from the SC Council for Exceptional Children. He received the award on February 29 in Myrtle Beach at the organization’s President’s Awards Dinner. The award recognizes Basile’s “outstanding contributions to the advancement of exceptional children and youth.”