Carolina Forest High School has been evacuated, for the second time in two days, because of a bomb threat.
Around 10:20 a.m., someone found a note on the bathroom wall and reported it, according to Horry County Schools spokesperson Teal Britton.
Britton says the note was found on the same bathroom wall as Wednesday's bomb threat.
The Horry County police bomb squad swept the school.
Students are now going back into the building to resume classes and lunch.
Horry County police arrested six people in Wednesday's bomb threat at Carolina Forest High School.
Four of the individuals arrested are juvenile students. They were detained and sent to the Department of Juvenile Justice.
Two other students of adult age were taken to J. Reuben Long Detention Center. We expect the charges against them to be released today.