Recent News

Schools/District Office Remain Closed

This message comes from the desk of our Superintendent, Martin L. Wright.

The aftermath of Hurricane Matthew has proven to be trying times for Hampton County, and the school district appreciates the patience of our parents, students, and staff as we work to resume normal operations. Hampton County School District 2 district leaders have currently assessed all facilities as well as current community conditions. General conditions around Hampton County School District 2 service areas to include: Estill, Garnett, Luray, Nixville, Scotia, Lena, & Gifford seems to be improving, consequently, we still have a good number of families without power and/or water. Cell service throughout the county is still limited depending on the area.

As a result of our assessment, the Hampton County School District 2 school system will remain closed for the remainder of this week for staff and students. Schools will resume normal operations on Monday, October 17, 2016. Please continue to monitor the district website, OneCall Now and Facebook page for updates.


Please click here for more information on the Parent Technology Night.

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Elementary School Supply List

Estill Middle School Supply List 2016-17.pdf

2016-2017 Bell Schedule
Click on the back to school click art to access the bell schedule.

Student Information Release Forms
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Student Release Request 2015-2016
Student Release Request 2016-2017
Student Release Request 2017-2018

Board of Trustees Approved 2016-2017 Academic Calendar
Hampton County School District 2 Board of Trustees approved the 2016-2017 Academic Calendar at its regular board meeting on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Click on the picture to access the approved calendar.

Congratulations to our A.P.P.L.E.S
(Awarding Professional Performance While Leading Employees and Students)

On May 26, 2016, our district hosted the first A.P.P.L.E.S Gala. All employees were recognized for their years of dedicated service to our students. The annual recognition of Teacher of the Year and District Teacher of the Year were announced. Estill Elementary is proud to announce Ms. Brannette Cohen as the 2015-2016 Teacher of the year as well as the 2015-2016 District Teacher of the Year. Estill Middle is proud to announce Mrs. Melinda Gordon as the 2015-2016 Teacher of the year. Estill High is proud to announce Mrs. Barbara Moomey as the 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year. 

2015-2016 TOY

Comprehensive Health Instructional Content
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Comprehensive Health Education Instructional Content


Act 155 Diploma Petition Process

Hampton County School District 2 is accepting Act 155 applications from former Estill High School students who failed to receive a high school diploma or was denied graduation solely for not passing the exit examination requirements. As a result of the law passed by the General Assembly, high school students no longer have to take an exit exam (HSAP) in order to graduate.

Students may petition the Board of Trustees of Hampton County School District 2 to determine eligibility to receive a high school diploma. Act 155 covers students in attendance at Estill High School dating back to the class of 1990 through the class of 2014.

Please contact Jloundia Johnson, Coordinator of Student Services at or (803) 625-5024.

Petitions must be submitted to the local school district by December 31, 2015.

Hurry while you still have time to receive your high school diploma. Check out the link below for eligibility requirements and application.
Act 155 Petition Process

2015-2016 Academic Calendar
Approved 2015-16 Academic Calendar.pdf