Stock up for summer! T-shirts, hats, visors and cooler bags. Adult and youth sizes.
Five Spartanburg Day School alumni who have gone on to successful careers in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) returned to their alma mater Friday to share knowledge with and inspire Upper School students.
Adom Appiah, a freshman at Spartanburg Day School, was recognized Thursday morning as one of two state honorees by the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.
Middle School artists will have their works on display in the Mildred Harrison Dent Fine Arts Gallery through April 11. An opening reception is planned for Monday, March 11, at 10 a.m
Camp Griffin is the summer answer for students of all ages and interests. Learn about robots and cooking; set your sights on science activities; improve your leadership skills; or embrace your creative side. Sign up for one week of fun, or plan to stay all summer long. The options are endless!
One of Spartanburg's signature light bulbs recently plugged into its new home on the Spartanburg Day School campus.
Equestrian Caroline Maude Hedges, an eighth grade student at Spartanburg Day School, has qualified for the Regional Championships, which will be held at the Equestrian Center in Tryon, North Carolina.
Spartanburg Day School is recognizing a Month of Gratitude throughout the month of February. Students, faculty, parents and members of the extended SDS community are encouraged to share words of thanks and appreciation.
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