Interim Executive Director of Secondary Learning
Sharon Randall has served as a CCSD administrator for eleven years and prior to being named the Interim Executive of Secondary
Previously, Randall served as an assistant principal at Wando High School for six years under the leadership of the late Mrs. Lucy Beckham. Prior to her time at Wando, Randall was an assistant principal at Fort Dorchester High School for two years and head of school at a local K-12 private school. She began her career teaching for fourteen years, earning National Board Certification before transitioning to administration.
Randall offers a varied background in curriculum, professional development, data, student supports, organizational structures, and budgeting. She looks to develop talent, processes, and programs to benefit students through research, collaboration, and coaching.
Randall holds a Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Education from the University of North Carolina at Asheville, and a Master of Arts in Special Education from Furman University. She also earned a Secondary Education Administration and Supervision Certification from The Citadel.
Randall transitioned to her current position in June 2018.
About the HSLC
The Secondary Learning Community (SLC) in Charleston County School District believes in the connection between a positive and supportive CULTURE/CLIMATE, COLLABORATION across schools and districts, and rigorous, data-analyzed CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION to ensure students are ready for whatever they chose to do upon graduation, whether that is going directly to full-time work, into the Armed Services, to college, or any combination of these. In order to demonstrate readiness, our students must meet at least ONE of these important indicators:
1. Earning Silver or above on WIN
2. Earning a 20 or above on ACT
3. Earning 1020 or above on SAT
4. Being a CTE Completer, earning a nationally-approved score on approved CTE coursework
5. Finishing a state-approved Work-Based Internship, with the required number of hours and placement
6. Earning a “C” (70) or higher score on all required End of Course tests
7. Scoring a 3 or higher on an English, Math, Science, or Social Studies Advanced Placement test
8. Scoring a “C” (70) or higher in two Dual Credit courses (6 hours) in either English or math.
9. Earning a score of 31 or above on ASVAB
HSLC Leadership Opportunities
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