Each school year Title I Schools are required to evaluate the program and request input from parents regarding the effectiveness of the instructional program and the school’s processes for parental input. These results are used to increase parental involvement and to assist in the development of school goals. Please use the following links to provide the parent survey requesting this information:

English  https://scpcsd.formstack.com/forms/titleisurvey1718
Spanish https://scpcsd.formstack.com/forms/title_i_survey_spanish_1718

 

Calhoun Falls Charter School has an immediate opening for a homebound instructor.  Certified teachers should contact Lori Lindler at llindler@cfpcs.org.  

Vacancies for the 2018-2019 school year:

Secondary English

Athletic Director

Please send resumes to resumes@cfpcs.org.  All positions open until filled.

The Calhoun Falls Yearbook Staff is celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Calhoun Falls Charter School as we "Flash Back to School."  This yearbook presents our senior classes and faculty for every year of our 10 year journey. Please contact Miss Maria Reid mreid@cfpcs.org or Mr. Jeremy Partain jpartain@cfpcs.org for order information.

  

November Students of the Month

Haley Burton & Jashawn Cleveland

     

 

Second Nine Weeks Honor Roll

Congratulations Scholars!

 Honor Roll - Second Nine Weeks 2017-2018.doc 

 

College Application Day

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#flasheswithafuture

 

The mission of the Calhoun Falls Charter School is to provide the children and families of Calhoun Falls a safe and supportive learning environment where students are actively engaged in the educational process, develop strong leadership qualities and create an opportunity for the children and families of Calhoun Falls to leave behind a living legacy to future generations.

We are a Palmetto Gold School and a School of Excellence! 

 

The South Carolina Public Charter School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, or immigrant status in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person have been designated to handle the nondiscrimination policies. For questions pertaining to Section 504 and Title IX, contact the Assistant Superintendent of Academic Programs, at 3710 Landmark Drive, Suite 201, Columbia, SC 29204, (803) 734-8322.