Daily Announcements


This Saturday, October 3rd,  the scheduled SAT at A. C. Flora has been cancelled.

Early Dismissal Rule 

In compliance with the rest of the District,  effective immediately, the cut-off time for pick-up of students for early dismissal will be 2:45 PM. No students will be released between 2:45 and 3:15.

There is a new "Parent Portal Login" procedure. Please use the Word document below, and use your username and password ID. The new login is referred to as the "Parent Portal Single Sign-On" 
ParentPortal Single Sign On 2016.docx
If you need a new copy of your Parent Portal letter, we can mail one to you, send it by your child, or you may pick it up at the school. Also, the media center will host a special drop-in workshop for the new sign in procedure on October 27th between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
*For a video tutorial, please click on the link below:
Click Here For Your Video Tutorial.

(Reading Rocks has been postponed due to the weather.)  W.G. Sanders Middle School campus will be bursting with excitement, games, celebrities and performances as the district holds its annual Reading Rocks literacy celebration.
“Reading Rocks with Families” (as the event is dubbed this year) is free and all Richland One students, families, employees and community members are invited and encouraged to attend. Attendees are asked to bring donations for Harvest Hope Food Bank. 
The festivities will include a literacy parade, storytelling and a reading corner, book giveaways for students, author book sales and autograph sessions, face painting, games, special parenting classes by Sky3, school and community performances, “Family Feud” competitions, family photos, train rides and much more. From 11:00 a.m. – noon, lunch will be provided free of charge to all children attending the event.
Special guests will include Congressman James E. Clyburn, author of “Blessed Experiences: Genuinely Southern, Proudly Black,” and Byron Pitts, co-anchor of ABC News Nightline and author of “Step Out on Nothing: How Faith and Family Helped Me Overcome Life’s Obstacles.”
Featured guests will include Don Frierson, host of The Urban Scene on WGCV 620 AM; Carlisle Carrington Cooper, Miss South Carolina High School America 2015; and Wesley Mitchell, Miss South Carolina Teen USA.

Please find the DLE form below.

Please click to the right to access,  "Ten Things Parents Need To Know."


Visit the A.C. Flora International Baccalaureate Programme Website! Please Click Here.

JROTC Recruitment Video



Click here:  AC FLORA RANKED # 2

Proposed plans for AC Flora are as follows:

AC Flora: $2.9 million for upgrading existing practice field, reusing the old Memorial Stadium scoreboard, purchasing 900 seats for practice field, adding sports turf, building new canteen and restrooms, competition lighting, parking, new press box and PA system. 

  Laptop DLE Parent Consent Form(Click Here to Download)


Click link:    RCSD1 School Board Policies

Congratulations to Phillip Hare- AC Flora's Teacher of the Year
for 2015-2016.   Mr. Hare has also been nominated for the District Teacher of the Year for RCSD1.

District Mission Statement & School Mission Statement

District Mission Statement
We are Richland One, a leader in transforming lives through education, empowering all students to achieve their potential and dream.

School Mission Statement
Because of an uncompromising commitment to student learning and achievement, the Mission of A. C. Flora High School is to provide the environment, learning opportunities, and standards of expectation that assure each student an understanding of his or her potential, the service experiences that promote active citizenship in a global society, and the skills and knowledge that enable a lifetime of achievement.

From the Principal

Dear Flora Family:
We have learned already that the 21st century will overturn many of our basic assumptions about economic life.    Comparably, the same conclusion applies to education in general, and in our case, AC Flora High School, specifically.    Some people believe schools are immovable objects mired in an earlier century.  However, informed parents recognize that while this perception misses the mark, meaningful systemic change that narrows the achievement gaps, raises academic standards, and provides support equally among the students comes neither painlessly nor quickly. Read more...