The following students graduated from Harlem High School.
Graduation season for Columbia County schools got off to a hot start for a second consecutive year at Harlem High School Friday night.
Harlem High School set itself apart Friday night while they set the stage for a weekend of Columbia County high school graduations.
The trial of a former Harlem High School JROTC instructor accused of having sex with a student has been delayed, likely until next year.
Harlem High School students honored their dead classmate Jonathan Hartman at their graduation ceremony Saturday by wearing the orange and blue of the Florida Gators.
Popular senior Johnny Hartman died Tuesday in single-car accident.
A former Harlem High School Junior ROTC teacher accused of having sex with a student was arrested Wednesday.
Despite written admissions that a Harlem High School student had sex with a man who was then a teacher at her school, the Thomson Police Department will not pursue charges in the case.
Harlem High School's senior JROTC instructor has resigned while under investigation for a reported sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student.
Before classes began Wednesday morning, students at Greenbrier and Harlem high schools gathered to pray as part of See You at the Pole.
Grovetown High School's combined score increased by more than 48 points to 1412 compared with the previous year. But Harlem High saw a drop of 39 points to 1400.
More than 1,500 Columbia County high school graduates received diplomas Saturday in ceremonies at James Brown Arena.
Butler hung on to beat Burke County, 72-65, to clinch the No. 1 spot out of subregion 3A-AAA for the upcoming region tournament.
Harlem grabbed an 11-point lead in the second quarter thanks, but Josey later answered with a 34-5 run that started in the second and lasted until the end of the third quarter and turned the game ...
After spotting Harlem a 10-0 lead in the first quarter, the Warriors exploded with 21 second-quarter points in a 3:25 span. Grovetown won, 31-10.
On Warren County's first offensive play, senior running back Coby Reynolds broke two tackles at the 20-yard line on his way to a 32-yard touchdown run to give the Screaming Devils a 6-0 lead.
What a difference a year makes for Jimmie Lewis. "This time last year, I was thinking, 'What in the world are we gonna do?' " Lewis said. "I was wondering if we were going to field a team."
Jones County swept a Class AAAA second-round series from Harlem, ending the Bulldogs season.
Harlem has achieved most of its success this season because it's a close-knit group that enjoys being together, whether winning games or catching fish.