It's never too early for students (and their families) to begin thinking about the college process.
Please join us Tuesday, Aug. 22, at 5:30 p.m. for our annual Back-to-School Picnic. It is always a joy to have all Griffins – students, parents, faculty and staff – together in one place as we celebrate the start of a new school year.
Thirty-four seniors, seven of them having attended Spartanburg Day School for their whole academic careers, were awarded diplomas Friday morning during graduation exercises in the Senior Courtyard.
Thank you to all who cast votes for Spartanburg Day School in the Spartanburg Herald-Journal's Best of the Best contest. Thanks to your support, SDS was voted Best Private School in our area. School representatives accepted the award at a special awards banquet Thursday night.
The 34 students in the Spartanburg Day School Class of 2017 are "off to great places," attending 18 different colleges and universities in 10 states. Congratulations, seniors, on all you have accomplished!
ASTRA, the Spartanburg Day School girls' service organization, presented a check totaling $15,772.90 to local nonprofit globalbike this morning. The donation was the culmination of a months-long campaign tied to the club's annual 5K fundraiser, held in March.
Tuesday's Spirit of the Griffin assembly once again honored individuals representing the essence of what makes Spartanburg Day School great. The awards, established by the board of trustees in 1993, are given once each year to students in all three divisions.
of students are accepted into college
total student enrollment
average college scholarships earned by graduating seniors
of faculty have advanced degrees
in financial aid awarded in 2015-16
AP classes, with 95% of students earning a passing score on at least one exam