Hurricane Irma Make Up Days - Feb. 19th and May 29th

Saluda County Schools will be using February 19th and May 29th as make up days for school days missed during Hurricane Irma. 
  • PACE TV Winner

    Hollywood Elementary School and PACE (Parents Association Concerned about Education) would like to congratulate Mr. Martin Ramirez, father of Leslie and Juan Ramirez. Mr. Ramirez was the lucky winner of a flat screen 55 inch Smart TV in our drawing during Christmas Around the World at Hollywood on Thursday, December 7th. We would also like to thank Economy Furniture of Batesburg-Leesville, SC for their generous donation of the TV to PACE and the other sponsors of our other raffles and events during the evening's festivities--El Poblano, The Body Building, Southern Roots and Spa, Sligh's Superette of Prosperity, Mig's, and Thrivent Financial. Again, congratulations and thanks to everyone!

  • Holly Trees Planted at HES


    Hollywood Elementary School held a special ceremony on Wednesday, November 1st to celebrate the academics and history of the school. Last school year the second grade classes, led my Mrs. Jessica Dorn, Mrs. Kim Shealy, and Mrs. Courtney Thompson, completed a community study that focused on the history of Hollywood.  

    The name Hollywood was given to the school because of the many holly trees that were on the land where the school was built. Through the years, and the addition and removal of buildings on the property, the beautiful holly trees had to be cut down or removed.  The ceremony on November 1st was a celebration of planting those trees back on the premises. Thanks to Hollywood Alumni, funds were provided to purchase two beautiful new holly trees as well as spruce up the area between the main building and gymnasium. Several alumni were present for the ceremony including Mr. John Harmon, Hollywood’s oldest living alumni.   Mr. Harmon was joined by his daughter, Mrs. Brenda Eidson, who retired from Hollywood this past school year. Mr. Harmon dug the hole to replant the trees.  Students from the classes helped by filling the dirt back in to complete the planting process.

    Hollywood students and staff are very excited to have holly trees back on our school grounds where they belong. We would like to say thank you again to our Hollywood alumni for their generous donation. We would also like to thank our alumni who joined us for the ceremony; our students and teachers for their hard work on the community study; Cade Forrest for sharing his memories of last school year and the study; Mrs. Tonia Hudson for singing the Hollywood Alma Mater; and Mr. Scott Collins for helping us get the trees planted. 

  • SHS Teacher Cadets Visit Hollywood

    Hollywood Elementary enjoyed having the Saluda High School Teacher Cadets visit and observe in our classrooms on Tuesday, October 10.  We look forward to them returning and working with our students!  We salute these wonderful young ladies and gentlemen and look forward to seeing them do great things in the classroom!
  • We LOVE our custodians!


    October 2, 2017 was National Custodians Day. HES is blessed with three outstanding custodians who work hard everyday to keep our school clean!

    Dan Ellison, Margarita Aguirre, and Gary Thomas

  • Hollywood's Facebook Page
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  • HES Youtube Channel
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  • Mission and Vision of Hollywood Elementary School


    Our mission at Hollywood Elementary School is to provide engaging educational opportunities that encourage positive academic and social growth.


    Our vision is to empower students to be life-long

    learners who are Respectful, Organized, Cooperative, Knowledgeable, and Successful.