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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.
PRMS math teacher Chasity Brown has earned her doctorate in Instructional Leadership from National University and is now Dr. Chasity Johnson.
The PRMS Girls’ Volleyball team won the district championship in October. The final season record was 8 wins, 4 losses. However, they were undefeated against all Lex 2 teams this season.
PRMS 8th grade student Arrav Patel attended the C-CATS program last summer at Clemson. The Clemson Challenge for Academically Talented Students recruits outstanding students from SC, NC and GA to participate in weekend retreats. Through team-building and academic sessions, students gain leadership skills, and improve their ability to think clearly and perform under pressure.
Eleven PRMS band students earned a place in the 23-24 Lexington Middle Schools Honor Band. Congratulations to students Abram Salley, Bryan Rimer, Kai Turner, Jeremy Saucedo Hernandez, Mairin Taj Linnell, Kyra Williams, Christopher Juarez Gallardo, Cameron Geiger, Joshua Rojas Cabrera, Tahlia Redd, and Kieara Thomas.
Pine Ridge Middle School students Sara Whitaker, 7th grade, and Caelyn Sligh, 8th grade, made the Airport High School JV Softball team.
PRMS Art Teacher Tabitha Laudenslager is the recipient of a grant in the amount of $2500 from the South Carolina Arts Commission. The School Arts Support Grant is awarded for schools to acquire materials and promote innovation in the arts.
The PRMS Visual Arts department was awarded the SCDE's Equitable Arts Advancement Program Grant in the amount of $10000.
PRMS 8th grade Art 1 student Emily Shoffner's artwork was selected to represent PRMS for our school board's appreciation gift. Her artwork was featured on notecards that will be used by board members and district staff.
PRMS 6th grade Art 6 Honors student Diana Velasco Moscoso's artwork was selected to represent PRMS for the grand opening of the Lex2 Performing Arts Center. Her work will be featured on event invitations, advertisement posters, and/or programs.
PRMS art department will host visiting henna artist Jess Johnsen on 2/12 and 2/13. Students will learn about the history and uses of henna all over the world and be able to design and receive henna stains.
PRMS students Naomi Thomas-Antrum, Londyn Brooks, Kiyani Southern, Skylar Sanders, Makayla Hill, Jolene Chapman, Brayden Chadwick, and Cynphoni Lyons were all accepted in Lexington District 2 Honors Choir and performed February 15th at Trinity Baptist in Cayce.
Pine Ridge MS Girls Basketball secured a 3rd place finish in the Palmetto Athletic Conference with a record of 8-4 for the season. They dominated the Lex 2 District teams by sweeping them twice each to repeat as District Champions for the 2023-24 season at 6-0. Congratulations Coach Peoples, Coach Redd and the girls.
Pine Ridge MS Boys Basketball concluded the regular season with a perfect 12-0 record! They secured the title of regular season Palmetto Athletic Conference champions. They also tore through the Lex2 District school opponents and were undefeated District Champions at 6-0. Congratulations Coach Dee, Coach Lauro, Coach CJ and the boys!
Pine Ridge MS 8th grader Trey Anderson received a hand carved walking stick from the SC Rural Water Association. Trey was chosen from over 100 applicants who submitted their name while attending the 8th grade MEBA Industry Showcase this past November. Congratulations Trey!
The PRMS boys’ basketball team finished the 2023-24 basketball season undefeated. They were also crowned District Champions, Palmetto Athletic Regular season champions and PAC Tournament Champions.
This accomplishment was a first for the PRMS boys’ basketball team.They join the PRMS girl’s basketball teams of 2016 and 2022 as undefeated District and PAC Champions.