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Duchese Academy of the Sacred Heart

In september 1960, Duchese Academy of the Sacred Heart opened our doors to the first 52 girls on what had been a 15-acre Bering family estate. The next 50 years brought many adaptations and evolutions, always to provide our students with a singular institution that both retains its character and sets the standard in academics and facilities. Today, the original number of 52 students has grown to more than 700, and the initial three grades of seven, eight and nine have expanded to encompass our pre-kindergarten through grade 12 continuum. While Duchesne still boasts of a tranquil campus and a sense of seclusionin the Memorial area, it is now a dynamic presence of the 21st century learning firmly rooted in our 200-year-old Sacred Heart values.

Hilton Head Preparatory School

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A safe, caring and accepting community enables Hilton Head Prep to mold students of strong character. Through students’ engagement with exemplary faculty, participation in co-curricular arts and athletic programs, and meaningful involvement with the community, Prep will prepare competent and motivated students to succeed in college and beyond. Hilton Head Prep curriculum will incorporate a solid foundation with critical thinking skills while leveraging students’ creativity in preparing them to thrive in an ever-changing world.

The Wilberforce School

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The Wilberforce School was founded to provide a distinctively Christian education characterized by academic excellence and joyful discovery within a classical framework.

Westmark School

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Westmark School transforms lives.  At Westmark, we build on the strengths of students in grades 2-12 with language-based learning differences such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, or other math or reading learning disabilities, often combined with ADD or ADHD. Since our students learn differently, we teach differently. Our students discover that learning differently carries its own unique rewards.

Westmark School has been transforming lives for over 30 years. At Westmark, we build on the strengths of students in grades 2-12 with language-based learning differences such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, or other math or reading learning disabilities, often combined with ADD or ADHD. Westmark differentiates instruction based on student need and allows children to discover not only their personal academic style but their strengths and areas of need as well. Through the integrated use of assistive and educational technologies, we spark the imaginations of our youngest learners, as they explore their world and learn to love learning again; ignite passions in our middle school students who discover their personal learning styles and strengths, and develop new interests, character and confidence to fulfill their potential; and illuminate futures for our high school students as they become seasoned communicators, self-directed learners, responsible members of society and critical thinkers who push past old limits and reach for success. In the classroom, on the stage and on the field, these bright students have what it takes, and Westmark has what they need: a warm and stimulating environment that turns struggle to strength and challenge to opportunity.

Since its founding over 30 years ago, Westmark School has provided students with a college-preparatory curriculum and traditional independent school experience offering competitive athletic teams; performing, visual and digital arts programs; service and experiential learning; student leadership opportunities; and a variety of after school enrichment classes. Westmark is accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS) and Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).

St Clair Signs

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Here at St. Clair Signs, Image is Everything! Our Sole Focus, is to Guarantee we get your Image is Noticed.
We’ve been located in the Upstate of South Carolina since 1992. We have, and continue to; provide excellent service to accounts, at the local and national level. 27 years strong and endlessly growing! We work and communicate closely with each customer! This ensures our ability to provide the optimal solution for your image needs. By offering our clients guaranteed performance, that is consistent every time, we are able to continuously grow!

The digital age is among us and you are just one online search away from the world seeing your brand’s image. Let our team of professionals help you make it great! Our experience and wide range of capabilities allow us to meet any and all your needs; designing, manufacturing, and installation. We guarantee to make your customers say WOW!
With over 200 years’ worth of combined experience, St. Clair Signs ensures that our team can remove, install, and service all types of interior and exterior signage. From the smallest 2-foot sign to the largest 200-foot pylon structure, we have the equipment to complete it all! We offer warranty backed products, highly experienced and trained technicians out in the field, and a friendly office staff to help you design your sign from the ground up.

St. Clair Signs is more than just a sign company. We are an Image Company, but not just any Image Company. We are Your Image Company.

Help us, help you, Redefine Your Image!

Eastern Cowley County Resource Center

Over 300 volunteers built a community library – Lighthouse Library. The library program gives away thousands of books each year to families who visit and through an annual Christmas in the Country event. The library offers free WiFi to the community and to visitors. There is a food bank at the two programs sites. A Farmers Market began in 2017 to provide a place for locals to purchase good quality food and for them to have a booth to share their produce. The sustaining program is the Grouse Valley Lodge and the Honeysuckle Lodge at the site – rental cabins. The library rents out for events as Lighthouse Lodge. Eastern Cowley County Resource Center is the nonprofit that sponsors the programs. It is a 501 c 3. Hicks Chapel in rural Dexter was purchased this summer to expand programs to the rural area. Visitors and field trips are welcome at both sites. The library has a large saltwater aquarium. The church shows the history of the area since 1910.

replay 3d

RePLAy 3D is the first recycling company dedicated to 3D printing! Our unique program offers 3D printing enthusiasts a responsible and reliable outlet for recycling their old 3D prints asn scraps. We offer a variety of filaments including our 100% Recycled PLA and ABS filaments.

Our program is a closed-loop recycling program where your school can recycle materials at little or no cost while supplying your 3D printing program with high-quality filaments. Here’s how it works:

1) Order filament from RePLAy 3D
2) Recieve your order and keep the box your filament was shipped in. This is you recycling bin.
3) Fill recycling bin with your scraps
4) When the bin is full, simply request a return label.
5) Print return label and send the box back!

When you are ready for another recycling bin, simply order more filament! The size of the boxes depend on the number of spools you order so the more your order, the more you are able to recycle.

We also have educators discounts for schools and universities.

Project C.U.R.E.

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Project C.U.R.E. (Commission on Urgent Relief and Equipment) was founded in 1987 by James Jackson, who was working as an international economic consultant in developing countries when his work put him face to face with the needs of the sick and dying. During a trip to Brazil, Dr. Jackson visited a small clinic near Rio de Janeiro, where he learned that patients were often turned away due to a lack of basic medical supplies. Jackson was moved to action, making a promise to the clinic doctor that he would help provide relief to the people there.

Dr. Jackson returned to his home in Evergreen, Colorado, and with the assistance of friends in the medical industry collected $250,000 of medical supplies in his garage in just 30 days time. By personally paying the shipping expenses, Jackson was able to send an ocean-going cargo container carrying the donated supplies to Brazil. In 1997 James Jackson’s son, Dr. Douglas Jackson, became President & CEO of Project C.U.R.E.
From its humble beginnings in Colorado, Project C.U.R.E. has expanded to many other cities across the United States. Currently, Project C.U.R.E. maintains large distribution warehouses in Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. In addition, Project C.U.R.E. has established smaller collection centers several other states where donated items are gathered and then delivered to its warehouses. Project C.U.R.E. now collects medical donations in many U.S. cities.

Project C.U.R.E. has been an industry leader in developing new ways to allow the organization to provide the highest quality donated medical supplies and equipment possible to resource-limited communities across the globe, including efficient and accurate inventory systems, supply chain management, expert management of logistics and strong in-country relationships. Project C.U.R.E. also offers numerous domestic and international volunteer opportunities. Since its founding, Project C.U.R.E. has reached patients, families and children in 130 countries.

Today, Project C.U.R.E.’s work and mission are more important than ever, helping to bridge staggering health resource gaps in the developing world by empowering doctors and nurses with the tools they need to treat disease, deliver vaccines, perform life-changing surgeries and ensure safe childbirth. Through the compassion of Project C.U.R.E.’s supporters, hospitals, rural clinics and community health centers all over the world are able to offer quality care and critical medical services to their most vulnerable patients, especially women and young children. Thanks to the dedication of thousands of volunteers nationwide, two to three cargo containers of life-saving aid leave Project C.U.R.E.’s warehouses every week.

With the help of so many that have the same passion and commitment to helping those in need, Project C.U.R.E. continues to deliver health and hope to the world.

DGJD, Inc. – The Bleacher Company

DGJD, Inc. specializes in the manufacture and sale of standard and custom bleacher seating products, permanent beam grandstands, custom press boxes, renovation and replanking of existing bleachers & grandstands for safety & ADA code compliance. As the manufacturer we can provide the customer with exactly what they need. Certified installers. Contact us for more information or a quote.
Standard bleacher units

  • 3 row units in various lengths
  • 4 row units in various lengths
  • 3 & 4 row TipNRoll bleachers
  • 5 row units in various lengths with several options
  • Transportable bleacher units
  • 10 row units in various lengths with several options

Custom bleacher and grandstand units

  • structural aluminum angle frame structure with any number of seating rows and length
  • steel I beam structure with any number of seating rows & any length
  • handicap ramps & seating
  • custom press box

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