Fifteen Upper School students participated in the 2021 Virtual Low Country Student Diversity Conference today. Students spent the day hearing from speakers, participating in workshops and joining in cohort and affinity groups. The conference was open to ninth-12th grade students to support the idea of leadership on and off campus as well as conflict resolution, cultural competency, social justice and equity.
Spartanburg Day School is proud to report that recently released data detailing 2020 Advanced Placement, SAT and ACT results shows student scores once again surpass state and national averages.
Eight Spartanburg Day School faculty members and four students attended National Association of Independent Schools conferences this week aimed at diversity and inclusion.
Spartanburg Day School’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Steering Committee held its inaugural meeting Wednesday via Zoom to lead our school's efforts to be more purposeful in cultivating an environment where all individuals feel known, accepted and valued.
The Spartanburg Day School Varsity Girls’ Swim Team captured the SCISA 2A state championship Saturday with a dominating performance in the water. The team scored a collective 202 points at the meet, held at the North Charleston Aquatics Center. The team last secured the title in 2017 after five consecutive years as state champions.
The Spartanburg Day School Varsity Boys’ Swim Team was victorious in the SCISA 2A state championship competition on Saturday, tying with Oakbrook Preparatory School for the top spot. The Griffins scored a cumulative 235 points at the meet, held at the North Charleston Aquatics Center.
The Spartanburg Day School Varsity Girls’ Tennis Team triumphed in SCISA 2A state championship competition, held Friday and Saturday at the Palmetto Tennis Center in Sumter.
Artists Liz Stubbs and Penny Treese are offering the Griffin community a sneak peek of their collaborative work in the first art exhibit of the 2020-21 school year.
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 2017-18
AP classes, with 80% of students earning a passing score on at least one exam