Students arrive at Ten Oaks Middle School in the Carolina Forest communityfor the first day of school this past August. According to potential revisions in Horry County Schools’ transfer policy, the newly built school and others in the future would not allow students to transfer in for one school year after opening.
Students arrive at Ten Oaks Middle School in the Carolina Forest communityfor the first day of school this past August. According to potential revisions in Horry County Schools’ transfer policy, the newly built school and others in the future would not allow students to transfer in for one school year after opening. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Students arrive at Ten Oaks Middle School in the Carolina Forest communityfor the first day of school this past August. According to potential revisions in Horry County Schools’ transfer policy, the newly built school and others in the future would not allow students to transfer in for one school year after opening. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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