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Strawderman accomplishes many goals at NMBHS

North Myrtle Beach High School Principal Trevor Stawderman will be moving from North Myrtle Beach High School this coming school year. Strawderman will be going to the Charleston County School District where he will be serving as an executive director under superintendent Gerrita Postlewait. Postlewait is a former superintendent of schools in Horry County. Strawderman has been influential in the North Myrtle Beach community and his absence will be sorely missed. In his 10 year tenure at North Myrtle Beach High School Strawderman has been a strong advocate for school and athletic facility renovations, changes in instruction and has raised …

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Ceremony inducts 104 students into honor society

The North Myrtle Beach National Honor Society inducted 104 students into the National Honor Society and recognized 66 seniors last Wednesday night. Earning membership in the National Honor Society is the highest academic honor a student can receive. Students must be rising juniors or seniors and are invited into the society based on their competitive grade point average, academic intergrity and approval by the faculty council. The new inductees are: Kobe Glenn Abbott, Alexis Taylor Ambrose, Erin Grace Andrews, Autumn Jane Angelino, Brooklyn Paige Beaumont, Ta’Keyah Kutrease Belin, Tyler Jacob Berry, Joshua Andrew Brown, Shaquestzas Deontrey Buck, Jack Edward Bumgarner, …

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Pence visits beach area on behalf of Senator Graham

The North Myrtle Beach High School Naval Junior Reserve Officer Trainning Corps unit met Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday, March 30, 2019. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity for the 13 cadets who travelled to Myrtle Beach International Airport to greet the vice president. The cadets and chaperones were escorted to the front of the security lines by the coordinator of the vice presidential motorcade and were put in the most ideal spot for shaking his hand when Pence landed on the tarmac. Congressman Tom Rice, Senator Lindsay Graham and the second lady of the United States …

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NMB Naval Junior ROTC Unit wins big at meet

The Naval Junior ROTC at North Myrtle Beach High School was successful at the Carolina Forest Drill meet on Saturday, March 9. The drill team placed 2nd overall against many schools in the county including a school which competes on the national level. Trophies received included 1st place in Freshman Colorguard, 2nd place in Freshman Squad and Armed Squad and 3rd place in Unarmed Squad, Exhibition Squad, Armed Platoon and Unarmed Platoon. The drill team is commanded by Cadet Riley Russell who received one of the medals during the knockout competition. The unit is proud of their accomplishment and looks …

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Lacrosse team gets first win

The North Myrtle Beach High School Lacrosse Teams have finally had their first wins. The boys junior varisity team beat the Myrtle Beach High School Junior Varsity team at home on Saturday, March 9. This win was the first lacrosse win by any lacrosse team in the history of the high school. The final score of the junior varsity game was 3-2 in favor of the Chiefs. Wyndham Freeman, an eighth grader, played goalie during the third and fourth quarters and Alex Williams played in goal during the first and second quarters and even scored in the second half. The …

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Winners named in NMB Chief Idol Competition

The North Myrtle Beach High School Chief Idol Competition was a success and winners have been announced. Both the high school and middle school divisions had fierce competitiors. The winners in the high school division were: 1st place – Haley Manusco (sophomore); 2nd place – Darius Banks (senior); 3rd place – Bella Griste (freshman); and People’s Choice – Shaq Buck (sophomore). In the middle school division the winners were: 1st place – Da’Biez Kelly (8th grade); 2nd place – Hannah Bienkowski (8th grade); 3rd place – Sierra Bauguess (6th grade); and People’s Choice – Viv Diaz (7th grade). The competition …

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