Dillon County has two school districts with each of the towns in the County serving as the major population centers for each – Dillon, Latta, and Lake View.
Dillon School District Three in Latta operates Latta High School, Latta Middle School, and Latta Elementary. Latta High School has been selected by U.S. News and World Report as one of “America’s Best High Schools” – a distinction that is awarded to only the top ten percent of high schools in the nation.
Dillon School District Four has an enrollment of approximately 4100 students and operates a total of eight schools.
K-12 Private Schools
Dillon Christian School
Dillon County residents also have access to private school within the County – Dillon Christian School serving grades K-12 is accredited by the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA) and offers a private, Christian school alternative from Pre-K to 12th grade. DCS has an enrollment of 360 and offers numerous programs, activities, and sports with a Christian focus.
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DILLON, S.C. – Dillon County is the only county within the six-county Pee Dee region to exceed the level of GDP growth statewide. According to a report issued by the Bureau of Economic Analysis that calculates GDP by county across the United States, Dillon’s GDP rose by 10.33% from 2015-2018. In 2015,
Harbor Freight Tools held the groundbreaking on their one million square foot expansion on Wednesday, Dec. 13th. Robby Roberson, Vice-President of East Coast Distribution for Harbor Freight Tools, said that they had been in Dillon since 2001. This is their third expansion which will bring them up to 3 million
DILLON, S.C. – Inland Port Dillon is already paying off for the Pee Dee region. S.C. Sen. Kent Williams, whose district includes the inland port, said Friday afternoon that already two industrial businesses have moved to Marion County because of its proximity to the inland port near Dillon. “We’re very