Skip to content

More than 400 turn tassels in the Tabor-Loris Community

Heart of the Trojan recipient Dalton Stroud receives the trophy from Principal Dr. Andera Pridgen. (School Bell photo)

     With tassels turned at South Columbus High Wednesday morning, similar activities at Loris and Green Sea high schools last Thursday and Friday evenings respectively, commencement season for 2022 has ended in the Tabor-Loris Community.

     Themes of focus and determination were common, with a nod to Dr. Seuss at South Columbus, sending more than 400 students on to the next phases of their lives.

     Look for details and more photos from the Horry County ceremonies in this week’s Tabor-Loris Tribune, in print and online; and for the Stallion program next Wednesday.


Caps soar as commencement ends at Loris High on Thursday,. (Jenn Causey, TLT)

Smiling grads at SCHS moments after turning their tassels. (Amy Niven)

Tassel aide: Nivia Clark helps Olivia Clark with her tassel ahead of commencement Wednesday at South Columbus High. (Amy Niven)