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March 26, 2014 2:21 PM

Camden High, Fairfield Magnet School for Math & Science named Palmetto’s Finest

Camden High School in Kershaw County and Fairfield Magnet School for Math & Science in Fairfield County were among five schools statewide named 2014 Palmetto’s Finest Award winners Wednesday.

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