Surrounded by friends, family, teachers and teammates, Spartanburg Day School senior Clay Killoren signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at Haverford College on Friday.
After an extensive nationwide search that included a pool of several highly qualified candidates, Sunny Huckaby has been appointed as Spartanburg Day School's next head of Lower School. Mrs. Huckaby most recently served as assistant head of school at Southfield School in Shreveport, La. She will begin in her new role on July 1.
Spartanburg Day School has successfully completed the rigorous dual accreditation process offered by the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and Cognia, both prestigious accreditation agencies that promote and require high-quality education and a continuous commitment to strategic improvement among member schools.
Accomplished athlete and Griffin "lifer" Mike Stratford '01 was inducted into Spartanburg Day School's Sports Hall of Fame during Homecoming festivities Friday evening.
The talents of Natalie Daise are well known on the Spartanburg Day School campus. As a visiting artist, her impactful performance art and storytelling has impacted many students through the years, and now, as the artist behind the newest visual arts exhibit hanging in the Mildred Harrison Dent Fine Arts Center Gallery, her passion for storytelling is reaching a broader audience.
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AP classes, with 80% of students earning a passing score on at least one exam