Stakeholders of Calhoun Falls Charter School: Our school receives federal funding under Title I of Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) to help us improve student academic outcomes, and to promote parent and family engagement. Please take a few minutes to give us your input and feedback regarding our school and the use of these funds. Please note this is not the State Report Card Survey, which is used for a different purpose and will be distributed at a later date. This survey specifically meets the requirements in ESSA for a Title I school. http://tinyurl.com/CIETitle1
Calhoun Falls Charter School has the following opening for the 2024-2025 school year:
*Special Education Teacher. South Carolina multi-categorical certification is required ($2,000 sign on bonus)
*Secondary Math Teacher. Part time or full time will be considered ($2,000 sign on bonus)
Resumes should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calhoun Falls Charter School is proud to announce our high school has received an “Excellent” rating on the 2023 School Report Card! CFCS’s rating outranked high schools in our local school district and the Lakelands area. Once again, CFCS excelled with an excellent on-time graduation rate. Our middle school showed great improvement, advancing from its 2022 rating of “Unsatisfactory” to the 2023 rating of “Average,” only three points shy of rating “Good.” Both middle and high school received excellent School Climate ratings. As a Title 1 School, with a poverty index of 82%, we strive each day to overcome challenges instead of using them as an excuse. There are still areas of our school report cards that need improving. The CFCS family is committed to pursuing academic goals that will enhance student outcomes and overall school success.
Principal Kalan Rogers, says, “I would like to thank the entire school community, including teachers, staff, students, parents, and the school board for their unwavering support and dedication to excellence. I also want to acknowledge the hard work and commitment of our amazing faculty and staff, who consistently go above and beyond to ensure the success of their students. We are excited to receive this recognition; it serves as a testament to the hard work and commitment of everyone at CFCS. We remain committed to our mission to provide 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.”
Calhoun Falls Charter School is a tuition-free public charter school located in rural Abbeville County serving students in grades 6-12. Established in 2008, CFCS is sponsored by the Charter Institute at Erskine.
2023-2024 School Calendar: 2023-2024 School Calendar_5 15 23.pdf
Feb 19 - 23 - Intersession
Feb 29 - Financial Aid Day for Seniors
March 1 - eLearning Day for Middle School ONLY
March 1 - Career Day for High School Students
March 5 - SAT for Juniors
March 12 - ACT for Juniors
March 15 - Early Release Day
ENROLLMENT - NEW STUDENTS
Click this link to start the enrollment process for your student that will be NEW to CFCS for the 2023-2024 school year: https://forms.gle/m2DTi4NyKA2xmL5B8
New students should: 1) Withdraw from their previous school 2) Fill out the above enrollment link 3) Attend registration on July 25 4) Provide CFCS with proof of residence
ENROLLMENT - RETURNING STUDENTS
The parent/guardian of a returning CFCS student(s) should fill out this link for EACH student they plan to register for the 2023-2024 school year: https://forms.gle/AqtAy2pu7PtTkxGf9
Online registration must be completed before students can pick up their schedules at registration on July 25.
The Charter Institute at Erskine 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 persons have been designated to handle the nondiscrimination policies: For questions pertaining to Section 504 contact Sarah Love and for Title IX, contact Vamshi Rudrapati, with the Charter Institute at Erskine 1201 Main Street, Suite 300, Columbia, SC 29201 - (803) 849-2406.
Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) - The U.S. EPA Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) under the Federal Code of Regulations 40 CFR 763.93g(4) requires that building occupants be notified annually of the presence of asbestos in the building and the availability of the Asbestos Management Plan. Calhoun Falls Charter School library wing, middle school wing, office wing and boiler room except for the high school wing and gym contain some amount of building products containing asbestos. The Management Plan identifies the types and locations of asbestos in the building, and identifies inspections, sampling data, and response actions taken by Calhoun Falls Charter School. A copy of the Management Plan is available for review in the school office 205 Edgefield St. Calhoun Falls, SC 29628. Questions regarding asbestos or the Management Plan can be directed to Aubrey Parnell, Head Custodian, at 864-418-8014.
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.