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IS students rewrite popular Christmas poem

Before the winter break began, our IS students treated all of the USL students and faculty to a recitation of their rewritten holiday classic, “Twas the Week Before Christmas”. The poem features highlights of everything that makes USL unique, from field trips to being a “very small school with no bullies in sight.” The students […]

LOTC Reflections: Winter Faith Exploration

Founder and Head of School, Jason Kreutner, shares: On the final school day before Winter Break, we always explore houses of worship.   Yesterday, we explored Mother Emanuel AME Church and benefitted from a compelling presentation and question and answer session with long-time member Willie Glee. It was a poignant experience, especially for our older students […]

LOTC Reflection: Annual MUSC Trip

Every December we have an annual LOTC (Learning Outside the Classroom) experience at MUSC. With such a vast campus and variety of facilities, no two years are alike in the places we see and people we meet. This year we talked with a first-year medical student and explored Radiology, Physical Therapy & Occupational Therapy, Telehealth, […]

LOTC Reflection: YALL Fest

Our MS/US Writing Teacher, Ms. Sara Peck, is one of the organizers for Charleston’s annual YALL Fest, a young adult literary festival that takes place in downtown Charleston each November. Our students were lucky enough to have an author and a publisher visit the school to share their unique perspectives about their chosen professions, and […]

LOTC Reflection: Disney’s Coco

At University School of the Lowcountry, all of our students study Spanish. Our IS students learn through immersion activities, while our MS and US students focus on more on grammar. As part of their studies, they also learn about various traditions in Spanish speaking countries, including Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos. When Disney released their […]