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2016 SC Green Step School Awards

Each year, SC Green Step School Awards are given for well-established, model-quality projects that help Conserve, Protect or Restore the school’s environment. School teams must work with qualified mentors and provide pictures of students learning, doing and teaching others about their projects. 

Schools and their mentors each receive a recycled motherboard frame. Updated certificates slide into the frames each year. 

Anderson County

Elementary School: Wren*

Beaufort County

Elementary School: Whale Branch*

Florence County

Sneed Middle School

Greenville County

Elementary Schools: Green Charter, Oakview*,Slater Marietta, Taylors*

K-12 School: Christ Church Episcopal*

Horry County

Elementary School: Burgess*

Middle School: Ocean Bay*

Lexington County

Elementary Schools: Deerfield, Gilbert*, Pleasant Hill*

Middle School: Meadow Glen

High School: River Bluff High School*

Pickens County

Elementary Schools: Central, Clemson, Holly Springs, Pickens

Middle Schools: Dacusville, Liberty, Pickens

High Schools: Daniel, Easley, Liberty, Pickens, Pickens Career Center

Richland County

Elementary Schools: A.C. Moore*, Bradley, Catawba Trail*, Columbia Islamic, Columbia Montessori*, Conder*, Dutch Fork Academy, HE Corley*, Lake Carolina Lower Campus, Pontiac*, St John Neumann Catholic*

Middle School: Longleaf*

K-12 School: Heathwood Hall Episcopal*

High Schools: Heyward Career Center, Lower Richland 

York County

Elementary Schools: Doby’s Bridge, Orchard Park

*Schools earning our Certified Status for at least 2 model quality sustaining projects in each category: conserve, protect, restore.

2016 Superlative Awards:

Conserve School of the Year: Whale Branch Elementary (Beaufort County)

Protect School of the Year: Slater Marietta Elementary (Greenville County)

Restore School of the Year: Catawba Trail Elementary (Richland County)

Overall School of the Year: Burgess Elementary (Horry County)