Lexington & Richland County School District Five

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District Five of Lexington and Richland Counties
Location
South Carolina
District information
Motto Pursuing Excellence for Tomorrow's Challenges
Grades PK-12
Established 1951
Superintendent Dr. Stephen W Hefner
Schools 12 elementary schools, four middle schools, five high schools, and one alternative school
Students and staff
Students 16,680
Student-teacher ratio 15:1
Other information
Website http://www.lexrich5.org/index.cfm?3519

School District Five of Lexington and Richland Counties (abbreviated District Five) is a South Carolina school district encompassing a land area of approximately 196 square miles, (508 km2) roughly half of which is situated in each of Lexington and Richland Counties. Student enrollment is at 16,717 as of August 2005. The school district consists of the northern portion of Lexington County lying north of Lake Murray and the Saluda River and the northwestern portion of Richland County lying south of the Broad River. The School District is primarily a residential suburb located to the northwest of the city of Columbia, the capital city of South Carolina. Included in the District Five are the towns of Irmo and Chapin. The school district has three attendance areas: Chapin, Dutch Fork, and Irmo. District Five operates a total of 12 elementary schools, four middle schools, five high schools, and one alternative school. The Superintendent is Stephen Hefner. The Chief Instructional Officer is Christina Melton.

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