ADMISSION

WE HOPE YOU'LL BECOME A PART OF OUR CCS FAMILY!

Click here to apply!


Lower School Open House November 2nd - 9 AM
Middle/Upper School Open House November 15th - 9 AM

Click here to RSVP to our Open House 

THE ADMISSION PROCESS



STEP 1: SCHEDULE A TOUR OR ATTEND AN OPEN HOUSE

Open Houses for prospective students are held periodically; however, prospective families are welcome to schedule a visit any time.

STEP 2: APPLY!


STEP 3: SUBMIT YOUR TRANSCRIPTS AND SCHOOL RECORDS

Upon receipt of the application, student transcripts and school records will be requested from the present school. 

STEP 4: SUBMIT YOUR RECOMMENDATIONS

  • For grades 5-12, please submit current math and English recommendations as well as an extracurricular recommendation.
  • For grades Preschool-4, a general recommendation is needed.
  • All recommendation forms are available through CCS Connect. These can either be printed out and submitted to the Admission Office by mail, or scanned and e-mailed to Ashley Mulkey.


STEP 5: SCHEDULE A TESTING DATE
After an application is received, a date for testing will be arranged, at which time we will schedule placement testing and interviews.


STEP 6: SCHEDULE A STUDENT VISIT

Prospective students spend a day at Charleston Collegiate School where they are assigned a student ambassador and participate in the day’s activities.


Charleston Collegiate School admits students of any race, color, sex, disability, nationality, or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students in the school. 

We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, nationality, or ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, athletic, and other school-administered programs. 

Admission decisions are based on the academic and personal strengths of each candidate. Transcripts and standardized test scores give us an indication of the applicant's academic abilities. 

Recommendations from teachers tell us more about the kind of person and student the applicant is, about his or her motivation, interests, and abilities to interact with others. 

The essay is a chance for the applicant to tell the admission committee the things he or she wishes them to know. It will not only give us an indication of writing ability, it will give us a sense of the applicant's interests, goals, and dreams.

All applications received after the deadline for the annual Decision Round deadline will be considered on a rolling basis, providing that space and funding remain available.
2024 Academy Drive
Johns Island, SC 29455

Phone: 843-559-5506
Fax: 803-675-0786

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