You can read the full story here!
Check out the full story from reporter Shawn Cabbagestalk here!
We won First Place Team at the South Carolina Independent School Association Middle School Math Meet today, and this included having the top two high scorers for the whole competition! In addition, our additional team of Middle School students received Third Place. Congratulations to all of the participating students and our Middle School Math teachers: Nikki Brockman, Chelisa Elmore-Williams, and […]
Thank you to Paul Bowers from The Post & Courier for featuring our students in a story about our exploration of St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church and Stella Maris Catholic Church. You can read the full story here!
Thanks to The Island Eye for publishing a story about our cookie delivery to Sullivan’s Island Town Hall, Sullivan’s Island Fire & Rescue, and Fort Moultrie. You can read the full story at http://islandeyenews.com/lessons-in-gratitude/!
One of our alumni, Jacob Ufkes, recently graduated from The Citadel. In this article featured in The Island Eye, he details the lessons learned that will always stick with him: http://islandeyenews.com/local-citadel-grad-credits-university-school-of-the-lowcountry/.
Thank you to the Moultrie News for shining the spotlight on our first-ever high school graduates, Anne Adragna and Allison Horan in this article: bit.ly/2tOfTQY
We’re so lucky to have faculty members who are not only excellent educators, but also compassionate and caring people. This year, we’re especially proud that Mrs. Brockman, our math teacher for 6th-8th grades, was recognized by SCISA as a finalist for Teacher of the Year. Read the full story in the Moultrie News.
USL senior Anne Adragna has been selected as Lowcountry Parent Magazine’s first-ever Student Superstar in their January 2017 edition. This is a new monthly feature for the publication, and we’re delighted that Anne’s educational and personal accomplishments have been highlighted in such a meaningful way. You can read the story at http://bit.ly/2jnoIbC.
While traveling on the annual MS trip, which this year took students to historic sites throughout Alabama, the group made a stop at the Scottsborough Boy’s Museum. The local paper, The Daily Sentinel of Jackson County, highlighted our visit via reporter Will Whaley. You can read the brief story at http://bit.ly/MSScottsborovisit.