Lower School (K2-5) enrolls students in a traditional elementary program that uses a variety of experiential learning activities and emphasizes critical thinking skills while teaching students to read, write, and understand mathematical functions and problems.

Middle School (6-8) includes a departmental program to strengthen basic skills and further develop critical thinking, and develops greater academic responsibility and disciplined work habits.  Both Lower and Middle School students enjoy a wide variety of enrichment classes each week, including art, music, library, computer, PE, and health.

High School (9-12) offers Honors classes in English, mathematics, science, social sciences, Spanish, US History, U.S. Government, and Chemistry.  Students also have the option of enrolling in dual credit courses offered through the University of South Carolina at Salkehatchie.

College Acceptances
Typically, 97% of our graduating seniors elect to continue their education by enrolling in college for the following fall semester.

Members of the classes of 2007-2018 were offered admission to the following colleges and universities: (bold-type indicates matriculation by one or more graduates)

Art Institute of Charleston
Auburn University
Campbell University
Charleston Southern University
Clemson University
Coastal Carolina University
Coker College
College of Charleston
Columbia College

Converse College
Emory & Henry College
Erskine College
Francis Marion College
Furman University
Greenville Technical College

Lander University
Limestone College
Methodist University (NC)
Mercer University
Midlands Technical College
Newberry College
Northern Arizona University
North Greenville University
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
Presbyterian College
Spartanburg Methodist College
Technical College of the Lowcountry
The Citadel
Tricounty Technical College
Trident Technical College

University of Pittsburg

USC-Upstate (Honors College)
Valdosta State University
Virginia Intermont

Western Carolina University (NC)
Winthrop University
Wofford College

Graduation Requirements (24 units during high school)
English 4 Units
Mathematics 4 Units
Science 4 Units (3 must be lab sciences)
Social Sciences 3 Units (US History & Government/Economics required)
Foreign Language 2 Units (in same language)
Fine Arts 1 Unit
Physical Education 1 Unit
Elective 4 Units

Grading System
A 90 100
B 80 89
C 70 79
D 60 69
F 59 and below
Weighted GPA
SC Uniform Grading Policy