Any children that reside on the northern tip of Georgetown County will attend Waccamaw High School. The high school serves grades 9-12. Teenagers that are living in Litchfield, Pawleys Island, and Murrells Inlet will also attend the school. Most residents assume that they must live in Pawleys Island for their children to attend Waccamaw High School but the district runs across Murrells Inlet on the Georgetown County side too. Some of the most popular communities in the area are Abaco Cove, Wachesaw Plantation, and some Prince Creek communities. The school has received awards and it has one of the best academic curriculums in Georgetown County.
This condo community is located in the heart of the South Carolina coast in a charming, historic fishing village. Enjoy boating, live music, restaurants and scenic marsh ...
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