Timmonsville High School

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Timmonsville High School
Timmonsville High School
304 Kemper Street


United States
Coordinates 34°07′43″N79°56′53″W / 34.1284894°N 79.9481221°W / 34.1284894; -79.9481221 Coordinates: 34°07′43″N79°56′53″W / 34.1284894°N 79.9481221°W / 34.1284894; -79.9481221
Type Public high school
School districtFlorence County School District 4
PrincipalLangston Brown
Campus typeRural
Color(s)Blue and orange
Mascot Whirlwind
Website www.florence4.k12.sc.us/timmonsville.html

Timmonsville High School is part of Florence County School District Four in Timmonsville, South Carolina. The high school is part of a school campus that also contains Brockington Elementary School and Johnson Middle School. The school campus complex was built in 2000 and contains all three schools in an interconnected building and the football field. The high school serves grades 9 through 12. The student/teacher ratio is 8 in comparison to the state average of 14. [1] The high student population is approximately 270 students. [2]

Timmonsville High School offers the following subjects: English, mathematics, science, social studies, Spanish, exceptional education, fine arts, physical education and health, Army ROTC, career and technology education, welding, electricity, cosmetology, health science technology, and business education. [3]

Timmonsville High School is "Home of the Whirlwinds." As of 2016, Langston Brown was the principal of Timmonsville High School. [4] As of 2009, there were 22 teaching staff members at the high school. [5]

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