LIST: School Closings in the Midlands

Orangeburg, SC (WLTX) - Most school districts in the Midlands have shut down due to the threat from Hurricane Irma. 

FORECAST: Latest track on Hurricane Irma

These are the districts who have notified us or posted on their website that they will not have class:

Benedict College - No classes Monday and Tuesday 

Ben Lippen School - Closed Monday

Calhoun County Schools - No classes Monday and Tuesday 

Centura College - No classes Monday 

Claflin University - No classes Monday and Tuesday

Clarendon School District One - No classes Monday and Tuesday 

Clarendon School District Two - No classes Monday and Tuesday

Columbia College - No classes Monday 

Fairfield County Schools - No classes Monday 

Kershaw County Schools - No classes Monday 

Laurence Manning Academy - No classes Monday and Tuesday

Lee County Schools - No classes Monday and Tuesday 

Lexington School District 1 - No classes Monday

Lexington School District 2 - No classes Monday

Lexington School District 3 - No classes Monday

Lexington School District 4 - No classes Monday 

Lexington-Richland District 5 - No classes Monday 

Midlands Middle College - No classes Monday

Midlands Tech - All campuses closed Monday

Newberry County Schools - No classes Monday 

Orangeburg School District 3 - No classes Monday & Tuesday

Orangeburg School District 4 - No classes Monday & Tuesday

Orangeburg School District 5 - No classes Monday & Tuesday 

Richland District 1 - No classes Monday

Richland District 2 - No classes Monday 

Saluda County Schools - No classes Monday 

Sumter County Schools - No classes Monday

Thomas Sumter Academy - No classes Monday

University of South Carolina/Main Campus in Columbia - No classes Monday

University of South Carolina/Sumter - No classes Monday

V.V. Reid Academy - No classes Monday

Wesley Christian School - Closed Monday 

FULL LIST: Closings in the Midlands Due to Irma

 

 

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