It was a day of celebration for hundreds of students from across the Midlands of South Carolina as they came from their respective schools to compete in the Area 7 Special Olympics at White Knoll High School on April 25.
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The Batesburg-Leesville High School JROTC Color Guard participated in the Fallen Soldier Ceremony and Luncheon at the Palmetto Club in Columbia on April 22nd.
Congratulations to B-L High School sophomore Tabitha Swygert for placing third in the state FFA Dairy Handlers competition that was held in Clemson on April 13th.
Students in Lexington Three are taking their learning to the next level through the use of Virtual Reality.
On Saturday, March 30th, around 500 people gathered in Leesville College Park to participate in Arts in the Park, an event sponsored by Lexington County School District Three in partnership with Arts on the Ridge and the Town of Batesburg-Leesville.
On May 1, 2019, parents and guardians of new 4K and 5K students who will be attending B-L Primary School in the Fall are invited to come and pre-register their child for school.
A new initiative at B-L High School aims to help less fortunate members of the Batesburg-Leesville community.
The B-L High School JROTC is currently selling engraved bricks that will be displayed at the Batesburg-Leesville Armed Forces Monument.
The B-L High School FFA chapter hosted the annual Miss FFA pageant at the Lexington County School District Three Fine Arts Center on March 15th.
On Wednesday, March 13th, students and staff at all of the schools in Lexington County School District Three took part in a statewide tornado drill at 9 o’clock in the morning, joining schools across the Palmetto State as they observed Severe Weather and Flood Safety Week.