Brookland-Cayce High School

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Brookland-Cayce High School
1300 State Street
Cayce, South Carolina, 29033
United States
Coordinates 33°58′55″N 81°3′26″W / 33.98194°N 81.05722°W / 33.98194; -81.05722Coordinates: 33°58′55″N 81°3′26″W / 33.98194°N 81.05722°W / 33.98194; -81.05722
Type Public Secondary
Motto "Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve!"
Established 1931
School district Lexington County Schools
Principal Gregg Morton
Asst. Principal Erin FitzGerald
Chris Moore
Jacob Smith
Grades 9th12th
Enrollment 1250
Color(s)           Maroon and black
Mascot Bearcat
Rivals Airport High School, Dreher High School

Brookland-Cayce High School in Cayce, South Carolina, USA, is a public high school, built in 1932. Named for the cities of Brookland (now West Columbia) and Cayce, which it originally served, the school now serves parts of West Columbia, Cayce, South Congaree, Pine Ridge, and Gaston.

It was founded in order to serve the communities across the Congaree River from Columbia.

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