Richland School District Two
Westwood High School students use glue, food coloring, water, and borax to create a substance called gloop
Richland School District Two, in South Carolina’s capital city of Columbia, is the third fastest growing school district in the state. Richland Two constantly strives to design the best learning and professional development opportunities for 27,000 plus students and 3,400 employees. The district has 678 National Board Certified teachers, the most in South Carolina, and ranks in the top 20 in the nation. Families relocate to Richland Two because of its high academic standards, selection of magnet programs, and strong community partnerships.
Three new magnet schools have been created with Magnet Schools Assistance Program (MSAP) grant funding...
What Happens When Schools Become Magnet Schools? A Longitudinal Study of Diversity and Achievement
We are pleased to announce that American Institutes for Research has released the magnet report. This report presents results of a descriptive study of 21 MSAP-supported elementary schools. The study collected data on these schools for several years to see how their student enrollment and academic achievement changed over time.
A PDF of the report is available now: