Coker UniversityCoker College

Coker University offers Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in about 50 programs of study.

  • 300 East College Ave
    Hartsville, SC 29550
  • 843.383.8000

Governors School

S.C. Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics

The Governor’s School is a public two-year school, grades 11-12.

  • 401 Railroad Avenue
    Hartsville, SC 29550
  • 843.383.3900

Florence-Darlington Technical College Hartsville Site

FDTC HartsvilleThe FDTC Hartsville Site provides post-secondary education in various disciplines.

  • 225 Swift Creek Road
    Hartsville, SC 29550
  • 843.676.8570

Darlington County Schools

Washington Street Elementary School

Washington Street Elementary School is a public school enrolling students in grades 1-3.

  • 325 Washington Street
    Hartsville, SC 29550
  • 843.383.3141

Carolina Elementary School

Carolina Elementary School enrolls approximately 260 students in grades 1-5.

  • 719 West Carolina Avenue
    Hartsville, SC 29550
  • 843.857.3230

North Hartsville Elementary School

North Hartsville Elementary School is a public school enrolling students in grades 1-5.

  • 110 School Drive
    Hartsville, SC 29550
  • Office hours 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • 843.857.3200

Hartsville Middle School

Hartsville Middle School is a three-year public school starting at grade 6.

  • 1427 14th St
    Hartsville, SC 29550
  • 843.383.3121

Hartsville High School

Hartsville High School is a public four-year high school with an average enrollment of 1,400 students grades 9-12. Hartsville High School has an International Baccalaureate Programme.

  • 701 Lewellyn Drive
    Hartsville, SC 29550
  • 843.857.3700
Teach Foundation

The nonprofit TEACH Foundation administers the Partnership for Unparalleled Local Scholastic Excellence (PULSE) initiative, a public-private  effort focusing on academic excellence. Sonoco has provided a five-year, $5 million grant for the accelerated learning programs at Hartsville High School and for Mayo High School students living in Hartsville through teaching programs at Coker University and the S.C. Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics. The effort also seeks to develop a pilot Comer School Development Program at four Hartsville elementary schools.


Hartsville Memorial Library

Founded as a volunteer organization in 1920, the Hartsville Memorial Library today boasts the largest facility and the highest circulation in the Darlington County Library System.

  • 147 W. College Ave.
    Hartsville, SC 29550
  • 843.332.5115
  • Hours (except holidays): Mon. -Thur. 9 a.m. – 8 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Darlington County Library System