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Orangeburg County, South Carolina (U.S.)

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Municipal flags in Orangeburg County:

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Description of the flag

The Orangeville County flag is partially seen at, where it appears to be white, with a red and blue map and the name on a blue stripe across the bottom.

Flag (partial image) archived here.
Valentin Poposki, 8 January 2011


[Seal of Orangeburg County, South Carolina] image located by Paul Bassinson, 4 March 2019

Paul Bassinson, 4 March 2019

Sheriff's flag

"The Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office's new flag features the sheriff's star situated inside the outline of Orangeburg County's border, with a strip of gold running along the edge....The Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office unveiled its first official banner in the 238-year history of the agency."
Valentin Poposki, 8 January 2011

Orangeburg County School District

[Flag of Orangeburg County School District, South Carolina] image located by Dave Fowler, 10 December 2020

The school district is introducing a new flag:

Orangeburg County’s recently-consolidated school system will display its unity in a new way beginning Thursday, when every campus and office location throughout the county raises the new Orangeburg County School District flag.

On Thursday, Dec. 10, 2020, at 11:30 a.m., an outdoor, socially-distanced ceremony will be held at the district office where the new flag will be raised for the first time.

Ceremonies will also be held at each of the district’s 32 school campuses and work locations throughout the county, when all will ceremoniously raise the flag together at the same time.

The flags will be flown on weekdays underneath the United States flag and the South Carolina state flag. The flags will be raised and lowered according to national flag standards and will observe federal and state guidelines during times of observance and mourning.
Dave Fowler, 10 December 2020


"We are one!" has been the rallying cry for Orangeburg County School District officials since the county’s three former districts were consolidated into one. The school district took another step toward unity on Thursday morning as it held simultaneous ceremonies at each school campus and office location throughout the county, with each raising the new district flag.

“Flags are a powerful symbol of pride and demonstrate respect for the ideals that the particular flag stands for,” District Assistant Superintendent for Communications and Business and Community Partnerships Merry Glenne Piccolino said.

The new flag carries the district logo, which was designed as a symbol of academic excellence with a large letter O, representing a continuation; a graduation cap on top of the O, representing academics and a star in the middle of the O, representing excellence.

The Orangeburg Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People sponsored the flags.
Dave Fowler, 10 December 2020