Early schools in South Carolina that were similar to modern high schools were called

'Equalization Schools' - These were built by South Carolina state during the 1950s in an effort to incorporate integration. The concept called for "Separate but equal" schools to be built that were were funded by a three-cent sales tax to equalize black and white public schools.

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