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  Mission Statement  




The mission of Dorchester School District Four is to develop life-long learners

who will have a positive impact on our global world.



The vision of Dorchester School District Four is to be an exemplar District where all students reach

their maximum potential with the support of the District, home, and community.

  About The School  

Woodland High School

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Woodland High School is helping our students develop world class skills and career characteristics of the Profile of the South Carolina Graduate by providing a safe, challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for success. 

Our teachers continue to implement strategies, interventions, and best practices that are necessary and relevant to move our students academically. It is imperative that we implement educational programs and provide curriculum that is in alignment to the State Standards. Therefore, we are constantly reviewing and implanting new strategies and programs that move all our students to their desired targets.  We provide benchmark testing, MAP testing, and other assessments for our students to determine focus areas for instruction.  Each of our students are provided a digital one-to one device.  

At Woodland High School, we believe all students should be involved in programs, organizations, and athletic opportunities outside of the classroom.  We believe it is important that we develop well-rounded students.   Our ROTC Battalion works with the Red Cross by hosting several blood drives during the school year and posted the colors at a Charlotte Hornets Basketball Game.   The Interact Team also participates in the Back Pack for Buddies Program through the local Rotary Club.  Ten students from our FCCLA Club traveled to San Diego to participate in the national completion.

At Woodland High School we believe in the team approach.  We strive to create an environment of support for faculty and staff by providing materials and equipment to do their jobs.  We strive to be a parent friendly school by treating all parents with respect and providing an “Open Door” Policy for parents, guardians, and community stakeholders.  We understand that students who have involved parents or guardians are more successful in school.

A special thank you goes to our School Improvement Council Team, PTSA, and Student Council for their contributions to the success of our school.