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What is a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) School?

The FCC has determined that households with children enrolled in schools participating in a schoolwide free and reduced lunch program including the USDA’s Community Eligibility Provision program, are eligible for the EBB Program.

Below is a comprehensive list of all local CEP schools. Please note that HTC may not be able to serve all residential locations associated with this list.

 

Horry County

If you had a student enrolled in any of the schools listed below in the 2020-2021 school year, your household is eligible to receive the federal Emergency Broadband Benefit.

Daisy Elementary
Loris Elementary
Loris Middle
Homewood Elementary
Pee Dee Elementary
South Conway Elementary
Waccamaw Elementary
Whittemore Park Middle
Horry County Alternative School
Palmetto Bays Elementary
Socastee Elementary
Myrtle Beach Early Childhood School

Myrtle Beach Elementary
Myrtle Beach Middle
Myrtle Beach Primary
Green Sea Floyds Elementary
Green Sea Floyds High

Georgetown County

If you had a student enrolled in any of the schools listed below during the 2019-2020 school year, your household is eligible to receive the federal Emergency Broadband Benefit.

Andrews Elementary School
Andrews High School
Brown’s Ferry Elementary School
Carvers Bay High School
Carvers Bay Middle School
Georgetown High School
Georgetown Middle School
Kensington Elementary School
Maryville Elementary School
McDonald Elementary School
Plantersville Elementary School
Pleasant Hill Elementary School
Rosemary Middle School
Sampit Elementary School
Waccamaw Elementary School

Marion County

If you have a child enrolled in any of the Marion County School District schools in the 2019-2020 or 2020-2021 school years, your household is eligible to receive the federal Emergency Broadband Benefit.

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