Are YOU a Future Knight?
There’s still time to apply for fall 2016 admission! The last scheduled admissions testing date is Saturday, March 12, 2016. Applicants should strive to get their application into the school office as soon as possible to ensure a spot for the March testing.
Our Door is Open!
SJCS will host four Open Door Thursdays to be held March 3, March 10, March 17, and March 24. Prospective parents and students are welcome to drop in at any time on these days between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM for a tour and talk with one of our administrators.
Can’t make one of these dates work? Feel free to schedule a private tour at any time by contacting Barbara McGrath, Director of Admissions. Tours are scheduled on most weekday mornings, and usually last about an hour.
Director of Admissions
864-234-9009, Ext 104
We would love to hear from you at any time. Please contact us directly with your school-related questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent Admissions Events
Bring-A-Friend Day, January 15: Several middle school students invited friends or met new friends during the annual Middle School Bring-A-Friend To School Day held on Friday, January 15. Eighty visitors in grades 5-8 accompanied current SJCS middle school students for a half day of classes, lunch, and recess. Student-friend pairs spent the day learning and collaborating on a variety of topics. For example, in the 6th grade, math students “Faced-Off” playing an integer operation card game; history students explored Brazil’s Carnival traditions and made parade masks as a culmination of their studies in South America; science students, in their studies on animal diversity, played a card game called Predator; in literature classes, students partnered with their friends to create dioramas; chorus students learned an arrangement of the spiritual “Wade in the Water.” For 7th grade students, grammar classes had a sentence diagramming competition where teams competed based on the speed and accuracy; history students divided into teams for a history “Quiz Bowl”; 7th grade math and 8th grade pre-algebra classes played “dominos” with pentagons. Last but not least, 8th grade history class watched a film and discussed the historical impact of the “Roaring Twenties” on American history while science students used KEVA planks to complete engineering challenges.