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Regions: Coastal Plain - High School

coastal plain

Explore the 5 regions of South Carolina and find out what makes each of them unique.

Regions: Coastal Zone - High School

coastal zone

Explore the 5 regions of South Carolina and find out what makes each of them unique.

Regions: Piedmont - High School

Piedmont

Explore the 5 regions of South Carolina and find out what makes each of them unique.

Regions: Sandhills - High School

Sandhills

Explore the 5 regions of South Carolina and find out what makes each of them unique.

Revolution and New Nation - High School

Fort Moultrie

Soldiers, leaders, and statesmen from South Carolina were pivotal in our nation’s fight for independence.

Fort Moultrie

Fort Moultrie on Sullivan’s Island was built to protect Charleston. The fort was built with logs from palmetto trees that helped absorb cannon fire, which inspired our state flag.

SC Places and Photographs - High School

shop class

Learn more about the places of South Carolina and discover images of our state, from its earliest settlers to modern day.

Information on Counties & Cities

Learn more about the 46 counties and 270 cities and towns in South Carolina.

Slavery - High School

Detail of Large group of slaves

The cash crop economy of South Carolina relied on the slavery of African-Americans.

State Government - High School

The seals of the Senate and the House of Representatives of South Carolina.

The South Carolina government and its three branches govern the state and its citizens.

Theater and Film - High School

Abbeville Opera House

South Carolina has a long tradition of theatrical arts, from Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, to community theater and filmmaking in towns across the state.

South Carolina Theater

South Carolina has a long tradition of theatrical arts, from Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, to community theater in towns across the state.

World War I and the Jazz Age - High School

naval yard

From hometown soldiers and nurses to Camp Sevier in Greenville, South Carolina was deeply invested in World War I.

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