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Midlands school takes home top prize in Palmetto's Finest

Students and faculty celebrated the victory on Tuesday. (Source: WIS) Students and faculty celebrated the victory on Tuesday. (Source: WIS)
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

A Midlands school has won top honors in the Palmetto's Finest awards. 

BC Grammar Elementary in Lexington Two took home the top prize along with Holly Springs-Motlow Elementary in Campobello, Boiling Springs Middle in Inman, and St. James High in Murrells Inlet.

Oak Pointe Elementary and Dutch Fork Middle in Lexington-Richland District 5 and Lexington Middle School in Lexington District 1 were among the other seven finalists statewide for the honor. 

The South Carolina Association of School Administrators presents the awards each year to schools which offer the best in innovative, effective educational programs. 

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