Originally founded in 1797 as a farm school for local poor
and orphaned children, John de la Howe School has evolved into a
first-rate, child caring agency committed to meeting the behavioral,
educational, and social needs of the children in its care.
Established through the
will of Dr. John de la Howe, a prominent area physician and civil servant, John
de la Howe School is located on 1200 scenic acres along the Heritage
Corridor on Lake Thurmond in McCormick County, South Carolina.
The John de la Howe
School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color,
national origin, age, sex, or disability in admission to, treatment in, or
employment in its programs and activities.
non-discrimination policies should be made to the Director of Human
Resources: 192 Gettys Road, McCormick, South Carolina 29835, or by
telephone at: (864)-391-0430. For further information on federal
non-discrimination regulations, including Title IX, contact the Assistant
Secretary for Civil Rights at OCR.DC@ed.gov or call: 1-(800)-421-3481.
To strengthen the children and families
of South Carolina
JDLH Board of Trustees Meeting
JDLH School - Summer Session I
JDLH Alumni Association Meeting
JDLH Foundation Board of Directors Meeting
Summer Session I Ends; Students Dismissed for July
Summer Session II Begins
Summer Session II Ends, Students Dismissed
2014 – 2015 School Year Begins
Labor Day Holiday
REPORT WASTE, FRAUD
In accordance with Section 1-6-90 of the 1976 South
Carolina Code of Laws, As Amended, the State Inspector General must establish a
toll-free public telephone number for the purpose of receiving information
concerning fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, misconduct, violations of
state or federal law, and wrongdoing in an agency. The phone number
must be prominently posted by all agencies, in clear view of all employees
and the public, and in a conspicuous location on the agency's Internet
OFFICE OF THE STATE INSPECTOR GENERAL
TOLL-FREE TELEPHONE NUMBER:
the hours of 8:30 to 5:00, Monday through Friday.