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Charleston South Carolina School Statistics

Charleston South Carolina School Statistics

By on Feb 11, 2009 in Charleston Schools | 0 comments

Reports & Statistics This section includes information and facts about the make up of Charleston County as well as Reports and other data. Take a look at both District and State produced reports. Procedures for Conducting Research in Schools TEST REPORTS Elementary and Middle Grades PASS – The Palmetto Assessment of State Standards is the new statewide assessment for grades 3 – 8 in writing, English language arts (reading and research), mathematics, science, and social studies. Additional State PASS Resources PACT – The Palmetto Achievement Challenge Test is the statewide assessment for grades 3 – 8 in English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies. Additional State PACT Resources: CCSD Pact Scores: 2008 Child Development Students Year-Long Progress, 2007-08 English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) High School Grades HSAP – Passing the High School Assessment Program test is a graduation requirement for receiving a South Carolina state high school diploma. Additional State HSAP Resources: CCSD HSAP Scores: 2008 End of Course Examination Program 2007-2008 Additional State End of Course Examination Program Resources Advanced Placement – Students who take AP courses can get college credit if the achieve a qualifying grade on the AP exam. Additional State Advance Placement Resources SAT I Results 2008 College-Bound Seniors ACT Results 2008 College-Bound Seniors Additional State ACT Resources STATE REPORTS (FOR CHARLESTON) District and School Report Cards – South Carolina’s accountability system produces annual report cards for all districts and schools in the state. CCSD Report Cards: 2007 Adequate Yearly Progress – The No Child Left Behind legislation requires that schools make annual achievement gains in English/Language Arts and Mathematics.CCSD AYP Data: 2007 GRADUATION AND DROPOUT REPORTS Graduation and Dropout Rates, 2006-07 DISCIPLINE AND ATTENDANCE REPORTS 2007-08 End of Year Report 2006-07 End of Year Report 2005-06 End of Year Report PROGRAM EVALUATION REPORTS Child Development Students Year-Long Progress, 2006-07 Evaluation of Murray Hill Academy 2007-2008 At-Risk Alert System (ARAS) 2007-08 Survey Results Use of Common Assessments in CCSD Schools 2007-2008 Curriculum Survey of CCSD Teachers and Counselors 2007 Senior Survey 2007 Report Reading First: Impact on High Poverty Elementary Schools in CCSD, 2004-07 Effectiveness of Academy of Math (math intervention program) in CCSD Schools, 2006-07 Impact of the Child Development Program...

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Charleston South Carolina School Statistics

Charleston South Carolina School Statistics

By on Feb 11, 2009 in Charleston Schools, Mt Pleasant SC Schools | 0 comments

Reports & Statistics This section includes information and facts about the make up of Charleston County as well as Reports and other data. Take a look at both District and State produced reports. Procedures for Conducting Research in Schools TEST REPORTS Elementary and Middle Grades PASS – The Palmetto Assessment of State Standards is the new statewide assessment for grades 3 – 8 in writing, English language arts (reading and research), mathematics, science, and social studies.Additional State PASS Resources PACT – The Palmetto Achievement Challenge Test is the statewide assessment for grades 3 – 8 in English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies. Additional State PACT Resources: CCSD Pact Scores: 2008 Child Development Students Year-Long Progress, 2007-08 English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) High School Grades HSAP – Passing the High School Assessment Program test is a graduation requirement for receiving a South Carolina state high school diploma.Additional State HSAP Resources: CCSD HSAP Scores: 2008 End of Course Examination Program 2007-2008 Additional State End of Course Examination Program Resources Advanced Placement – Students who take AP courses can get college credit if the achieve a qualifying grade on the AP exam.Additional State Advance Placement Resources SAT I Results 2008 College-Bound Seniors ACT Results 2008 College-Bound SeniorsAdditional State ACT Resources STATE REPORTS (FOR CHARLESTON) District and School Report Cards – South Carolina’s accountability system produces annual report cards for all districts and schools in the state. CCSD Report Cards: 2007 Adequate Yearly Progress – The No Child Left Behind legislation requires that schools make annual achievement gains in English/Language Arts and Mathematics.CCSD AYP Data: 2007 GRADUATION AND DROPOUT REPORTS Graduation and Dropout Rates, 2006-07 DISCIPLINE AND ATTENDANCE REPORTS 2007-08 End of Year Report 2006-07 End of Year Report 2005-06 End of Year Report PROGRAM EVALUATION REPORTS Child Development Students Year-Long Progress, 2006-07 Evaluation of Murray Hill Academy 2007-2008 At-Risk Alert System (ARAS) 2007-08 Survey Results Use of Common Assessments in CCSD Schools 2007-2008 Curriculum Survey of CCSD Teachers and Counselors 2007 Senior Survey 2007 Report Reading First: Impact on High Poverty Elementary Schools in CCSD, 2004-07 Effectiveness of Academy of Math (math intervention program) in CCSD Schools, 2006-07 Impact of the Child Development Program in Charleston County School...

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Mount Pleasant’s Tremendous Growth = New Schools

Mount Pleasant’s Tremendous Growth = New Schools

By on Oct 16, 2008 in Charleston Schools | 0 comments

BY CREATURO & ASSOCIATES of Century 21 Properties Plus Because Mount Pleasant grew so fast, the Charleston county school district had to make plans for new schools. Even before the new Wando High School was finished, the need for a second High School was already being felt. Moultrie Middle School and Mount Pleasant Academy are currently under construction and should be open by fall 2009. The district plans to start construction on a new Whitesides Elementary School slated to open in 2010. A new Jennie Moore Elementary School and Laing Middle School and the creation of a second high school are also in the district’s future capital improvement plans. According to the Post and Courier, “Bill Lewis, school district chief of operations for capital programs, said additional land has been purchased at the Jennie Moore Elementary site to make room for a new Laing Middle School. The schools would share campuses, just as Cario Middle School and Charles Pinckney Elementary School do in Park West. But the district has yet to identify funding to build a new Laing”. Moultrie Middle School and Mount Pleasant Academy students are currently using the old Wando High School campus. When those students move into their new buildings next fall, old Wando would be available for swing space, making way for the Jennie Moore and Laing campus to be...

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BACK TO SCHOOL CHARLESTON SC

BACK TO SCHOOL CHARLESTON SC

By on Aug 2, 2008 in Charleston Schools | 0 comments

Time to get your folders, glue, spiral notebooks and pencils together because the 2008-2009 school year is about to start for Low country Children.All three counties in the Charleston, SC area start back the week of august 18 for the 2008-2009 school year. Berkeley County begins August 18. Charleston County opens it’s doors to students August 19. Dorchester 2 begins classes August 21. To help parents out, the back to school sales tax holiday begins August 3 and ends Sunday August 5th. For three days shoppers can save the 6% sales tax on items such asbedding, towels, clothing and shoes,computers, printers and other back to school items.For a complete list of tax free items click this link.This is the eighth year the state has offered a tax-free weekend, which, by law, is held the first full weekend of August. It’s also the first tax holiday since South Carolina raised its sales tax to 6 cents on the dollar from a nickel under a property tax reform...

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Cane Bay Schools in Berkeley County South Carolina

Cane Bay Schools in Berkeley County South Carolina

By on May 20, 2008 in Charleston Schools | 0 comments

With over 5,000 homes scheduled to be built in Cane Bay Plantation and another 5,000 plus planned for the new Parks of Berkeley, Berkeley County had to plan for the future by building two new schools. Cane Bay Plantation is a huge development with miles of trails connecting the neighborhoods and green space in between. There is also a section currently being built by the well known Del Webb company. They are known for their active lifestyle retirement communities. There are homes currently available and new homes to be built in Cane Bay Plantation. View all Cane Bay Homes on MLS. Cane Bay Elementary school has just began construction. The school will serve 700 students ad is scheduled for completion in August of 2009. The school wail cost the county 19.8 million dollars. A middle school is also being planned for the area, but no funds are allotted for the middle school as of yet. All the land, 160 acres, was donated by Cane Bay developer Ben Gramling III for the schools.Cane Bay High School, the 70 million dollar school, is set to open next fall with 9th and 10th grade classes. Each following year the school will add a grade until they reach the 1,500 capacity. The school has 98,000 square feet with room for expansion. Cane Bay High School is in Berkeley County in new community of Cane Bay Plantation. Cane Bay High School’s mascot will be the Cobras and in true Summerville style, athletics will be a huge part of the...

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New Dorchester County SC High School – Ashley Ridge High

New Dorchester County SC High School – Ashley Ridge High

By on May 16, 2008 in Charleston Schools | 0 comments

BY: Creaturo & Associates Ashley Ridge is the newest High School for Dorchester County District Two. The newest school cost over 40 million to build and will be opening next August and the proposed attendance lines have been announced. The school will hold 1800 students and will start with 9th and 10th grade and add a grade a year until 2011. The new Principal, Karen Radcliff has been a assistant principal for ten years in Summerville. Teachers and staff will be pulled from Dorchester county schools as well as new hires. Athletics will be in full swing. The 6,000 spectator stadium is already built and the gym will hold 1600 students. The Athletic program will include Football, Swimming,Volleyball, Wrestling, Cross Country, Golf, Baseball, Soccer, tennis, Basketball, Track, Softball and cheer leading. Ashley Ridge will compete against Reagin 6AA schools which include another new school Cane Bay, Woodland, Burke, Garrett Tech and Bishop England High Schools. Band will also be a huge part of the new High School. The new director will be Sue Alexander who is currently at Summerville High School. The schools mascot was voted on and the winner is the Ashley Ridge Swamp Foxes and red and gold are the colors.. The cafeteria is state of the art and the school has wireless technology. There are even plans to offer a culinary arts course in the first year. The new school is located off of Hwy 165 in Summerville,...

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