Education

February 25, 2013 9:05 PM

Horry school board looks at growth plan that could bring four new middle schools

Members of the Horry County school board moved ahead Monday night in the ever-widening process of evaluating how to accommodate growth, including the study of a $634 million facility plan that would add five new schools and take the district through the next 10 years.

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