Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to our 2022-2023 School-Level Teachers of the Year!
Academy for Arts, Science & Technology
• Ann "Annie" Johnson
Academy for Tecnology and Academics
• Samantha Agnew-Milam
Adult Education • Selena Melvin Aynor Elementary • Matthew Smith Aynor High • Andy Bobier Aynor Middle • Jesse Percoco Black Water Middle • Michael Ballard Burgess Elementary • Colleen Adam Carolina Forest Elementary • Amber Solnosky Carolina Forest High • Brennan Allen Conway Elementary • Michelle Vigorito Conway High • Jacelyn Spearman Conway Middle • Ashley Best Daisy Elementary • Sherry Whisnant Early College High School • William (Will) Chappell Forestbrook Elementary • Tiffany Nicosia Forestbrook Middle • Alexandra Creekmore Green Sea Floyds Elementary • Stacy Morgan Green Sea Floyds High • Kathleen Hurley Green Sea Floyds Middle • Tara Garris Homewood Elementary • Jessica Hayden Kingston Elementary • Julianne Watson Lakewood Elementary • Madison Badurski Loris Elementary • Emily Waddell Loris High • DeCarlo Fernandez Loris Middle • Meredith Cravin Midland Elementary • Penny Skipper
Myrtle Beach Early Childhood • Kevin Colyer Myrtle Beach Elementary • Alana Drummond Myrtle Beach High • Eglantina "Tina" Meka Myrtle Beach Middle • Autumn Adzema Myrtle Beach Primary • Vanessa Borrelli North Myrtle Beach High • Meredith Chandler North Myrtle Beach Middle • Kristin DeVall Ocean Bay Elementary • Kendal Lowry Ocean Bay Middle • Emma Sabik Ocean Drive Elementary • Emma Thompson Palmetto Bays Elementary • Christina Jarrard Pee Dee Elementary • Emma Cain River Oaks Elementary • Jennifer Floyd Riverside Elementary • Whitney Cook Scholars Academy • James "Ryan" Carter Seaside Elementary • Allison Shanahan SOAR Academy • Sean Griffin Socastee Elementary • Bridget Washko Socastee High • Suzanne Troiani Socastee Middle • Stephen Kern South Conway Elementary • Brittany Zuleg St. James Elementary • Salena Holmes-Goffigan St. James High • Claude "Chuck" Capps St. James Intermediate • Christopher King St. James Middle • Jennifer Tallevast Ten Oaks Middle • Sonni Shupe Therapeutic Learning Center • Sherry Reed Waccamaw Elementary • Amber James Waterway Elementary • Danielle Lowrimore Whittemore Park Middle • Raheem Robinson
About Horry County Schools
Horry County Schools is inspiring possibilities for student success through a broad range of unique teaching and learning opportunities.
Horry (pronounced O-Ree) County Schools is made up of 56 schools within nine attendance areas: Aynor, Carolina Forest, Conway, Green Sea Floyds, Loris, Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Socastee, and St. James. Horry County Schools has more than 45,000 students and is South Carolina’s third-largest school district.