Enrollment is capped at 6800 students for the School Year 2022-2023. Enrollment will remain open until the cap has been met. After this point, our enrollment system will still accept applications, but students will be placed on the waiting list on a first come, first serve basis. Enrollment for first semester will close in either October or November.
How many students are ahead of mine on the waitlist?
School staff does not have access to this information. Students will continue to be granted admission on a rolling basis until the cap is met or until the first semester deadline has passed. Families have 48 hours to confirm enrollment before the waitlist moves to the next student in line.
When does my computer arrive?
Computers are loaned out on a needs only basis. It is the responsibility of the family to ensure that each student has access to adequate technology. If your student is loaned a computer, it will be processed and shipped by our corporate office at Pearson. Families will receive an email with tracking information from our partners at UPS.
Are school lunches provided?
School lunches are not provided for students.
Do students have to wear uniforms?
Students do not have to wear uniforms.
How do I see my student's grades?
Students, Caretakers, and Learning Coaches are able to view the Gradebook from the Connexus Home Page. The Gradebook updates throughout the day when assignments are turned in and graded. Viewing the gradebook will show the most up to date information for a student. Unofficial High School transcripts may also be viewed and printed from this page.
Where can I get a transcript?
Unofficial transcripts can be viewed and printed from the Gradebook in Connexus. Official copies of transcripts may only be requested by another educational institution. Previous SCCA Graduates may print their transcript from Parchment.
Do you have a graduation ceremony?
Yes, SCCA hosts three graduation ceremonies at our main hubs: Greenville, Columbia, and Charleston. Graduation information can be obtained from the Counseling Department Message Board
Do I need paper and pencils?
Students will need basic school supplies to be successful. It is the responsibility of the family to ensure that a student has access to materials.
Where are my student's books?
Students in upper grades will, generally speaking, NOT receive physical textbooks. Students will utilize digital textbooks which are linked throughout the lesson viewer. An exception to this rule may apply to students enrolled in a course that requires multiple novels to be read. Students in younger grades can expect to receive physical textbooks and workbooks for their subject courses and may receive an art or science kit. Some materials may need to be returned at the end of the school year. In event you need to return materials, our corporate office at Pearson will send you a prepaid shipping label.
How does High School course placement work?
High School Placement is completed by our Academic Placement Services and our Academic Support Counseling team. If a student's transcript does not require a review, courses will be assigned. Reasons a student's transcript may require review are: student behind their cohort, students that are advanced, students that do not match course progression, homeschool students, and all 11th grade students. For students who require a transcript review, our counseling team will begin that process in July. In order to complete placement, we require all documents to be submitted and verified - including a final transcript from the previous school year. A counselor will reach out via phone call to discuss course placement and answer questions.