Congratulations to all of the First Quarter Award Recipients!

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    District Mission Statement

    "We are Richland One, a leader

    in transforming lives through

    education, empowering all

    students to achieve their

    potential and dreams."

    School Mission Statement

    " C.A. Johnson High School will
    transform the lives of  every student
    by empowering  them to explore
    and pursue their post-secondary
    and career aspirations."

    Vision Statement

    C.A. Johnson High School will
    create a culture of excellence
    through proactive and continuously
    evolving program structures
    that accommodate the needs
    of its student population and

    C.A. Johnson 9th Graders
    To Receive DLE Laptops!

    Parents, click on documents below to find the handbook
    and other materials concerning the Richland One School District
     Digital Learning Environment (DLE) laptop distribution.

    DLE Handbook

    DLE Mandatory Protection Plan

    DLE Parent Presentation

    AUP Student Agreement Form

    The Parent Portal

    Parents and guardians of C. A. JOHNSON students are encouraged to come by the school during the hours of 10:00 am and 2:00pm to pick up their password for access to the parent portal. This powerful communication tool allows parents to keep track of their child's academic progress and attendance online.

    You must come to the school to verify your information with a picture ID. Check-in at the front desk.
    For further information contact the Media Center at (803) 929-3870.
    PowerSchool Parent Portal User Guide.pdf
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    The Hornet Buzz

    C.A. Johnson HSM Students Attend Cadaver  Presentation

     Health Science Magnet students  had a great time at Bob Jones University learning about the brain and spine from anatomy professor and medical doctor, Dr. Marc Chetta. Our students had a unique opportunity to sit in a BJU lecture hall, handle a human skull, see a real brain, and assist Dr. Chetta with rotating a human cadaver. Our students were very attentive and fascinated by the experience.




    Members of the ROTC and Ms. Smalls, Career Specialist were present to welcome members of the AdvancEd Team Ms. Lisa Stone and Mr. Mike McGill, who were on campus to review the Health Science Magnet to certifiy  the school as a STEM school.  Mr. White and  Ms. Hill-Davidson were also on hand with Ms. Stone and Mr. Wright, Peer Reveiwer for Richland One to answer any questions that needed to be addressed.  The visit went very well.                                                                  

    WEEK 9

    Charles Mallory, senior at C.A. Johnson, was recently honored to receive the "Player of the Week" for week 9 of the fall football season.  Charles stated that, " I couldn't have done it without my teammates".  Charles plans to attend college to major in nursing then pursue a career in the military.  Other teammates that received recognition is Mike Davis and Ikeheem Anthony who was also placed on the Week 9 honor roll of football players.

    Congratulations to Ikeheem Anthony, Mr. Homecoming King
     Lexus Goodwin, Miss Homecoming Queen


    This school year has gotten off to a great start!  Did you know that students who attend school regularly are more likely to graduate and find good jobs?  In fact, a high school graduate makes, on average, a million dollars more than a dropout over a lifetime.  Your education is like money in the bank! 

    Tips to make the most of your education:

    ·       Attend all classes, every day, ON TIME.

    ·       Make time to meet with teachers when you don’t understand the material.

    ·       When you must miss school, be sure to bring in excuses within 48 hour after you return and get any missed work from your teachers. 

    ·       If you miss more than 8 days in a yearlong course or 4 days in a semester course, you may lose credit!  There MAY be options for credit recovery, but it is easier to get it done during designated class times.

     Remember students, at C. A. Johnson, Attendance Matters! 


    Mrs. Dixon, School Social Worker

    The Richland One School District Announces Its Harrassment Policy

    Please Read Attachement.


    Congratulations to all of the students who made the President's List

    Front row, left to right:Marquel Amaker, Mr. Nathan White, Principal, LaNishia Boyd,
     Kitanna Meek, Amariyah Ayee, and Mrs. Robin Hill-Davidson, Assistant Principal.

    Pictured back row, left to right: Imani Anderson, Adrian Williams,
     Wentrell Bing, & Ms. Ramona L. Mack Assistant Principal.

    For more pictures of the First Quarter Award recipients go to the Photo Gallery in the Quick Links section of the Homepage.


    Congratulation to Ms. Chanda Jefferson,
    Biology Teacher Of The Year!

    Congratulations to Mrs. Jessica Barnett Carswell
    Region II New Teacher of the Year


    C.A. Johnson Teacher Attends
     Princeton University's Prestigious Summer Program


    School Calendar

    Monday, November 24
    SIC & PTSA Meeting
    SIC meets at 6:00pm
    PTSA meets at 6:30 pm
    Thursday, December 11
    Reading and Rocking

    From The Principal's Desk

      It’s hard to believe that we are almost at the end of a quarter.  The New Year has gotten off to a great start and we are excited about the progress made from last year.  Our students and teachers put in a lot of work last year and it showed.  We made significant gains and we are looking forward to continuing the momentum.

    We are especially proud to announce Ms. Chunda Jefferson as our State Teacher of the Year for Biology and Mrs. Kezia Valabhapuram being selected as a Princeton Fellow/Scholar and Mrs. Jessica Carswell for winning the State New Teacher of the Year for Career and Technolgy. All of our award winning faculty and staff are a testament to the exciting things that are going on in our classrooms.