Mrs. Rachel Long



Degrees and Certifications:

Education: Master’s of Education in Literacy at Clemson University – December 2020 Bachelor’s of Secondary Education in English at University of South Carolina Aiken - 2017 Teaching Experience: Aiken High School 2018 - present Midland Valley High School 2017-2018 Affiliations: Member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor's Society

Mrs. Rachel Long

Hello parents, students, and community members! Welcome to Aiken High School. My name is Rachel Long. I have been living in Aiken, SC since about 2005. I graduated from South Aiken High School in 2012. After graduation, I attended Winthrop University for two years before transferring to USC Aiken where I graduated with a B. A. in Secondary Education. I am currently working on my Masters in Literacy at Clemson University. Education is a very important part of my life and I hope to pass that on to my students this year.

This will be my fourth year teaching high school. I am thrilled to teach Aiken iNNOVATE English I as well as IGCSE Literature in English at Aiken High School! I had the honor of completing my internship here and it is great to be back. We are going to have so much fun! I do everything I can to make my classes enjoyable, educational, and exciting! I sincerely hope to pass on my passion and excitement for literature and education to the students of Aiken High School. 

  • Remind is one of the easiest ways for me to communicate with parents and students. If you have a smart phone, please download this app. Click the link below and follow the directions:

    Each class has a specific code. Please use the following code for your corresponding class in order to join:

    IGCSE English II Honors - Blue Group: @e6fkf63

    IGCSE English II Honors - Red Group: @ged4gc

    Aiken iNNOVATE English I - @aikeninno 

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