Weather

Today, 4/26/2015
High: 81 Low: 54
Slight chance thunderstorms
18% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 4/27/2015
High: 73 Low: 48
Partly sunny
3% chance of precipitation.

School Calendar

Tuesday, April 28
11th Grade: ACT

Grades 6-8: Aspire Writing/English

Wednesday, April 29
11th Grade: WorkKeys Testing

Grades 6-8: Aspire Reading

Thursday, April 30
Grades 6-8: Aspire Math

Progress Reports

Regional's @ Ninety Six - 5:00

Thursday, May 7
Grades 6-8: SCPASS Science

Friday, May 8
Grades 6-8: SCPASS Social Studies

Saturday, May 9
Track - Upper State Meet


Daily Announcements

CFCS athletes receive basketball honors~ 
Congratulations!

Chelsea Tillman - All State & All Lakelands
Tevin Richardson - All Lakelands


Honor Roll - Third Nine Weeks - Congratulations Scholars!!
Honor Roll - Third Nine Weeks 2014-2015.doc
Congratulations to MaKayla Hicks for being named a Teaching Fellow at Francis Marion University! 

CFCS has the following openings for the 2015-2016 school year:
  • Middle Level Math
  • Secondary English

Resumes should be submitted to resumes@cfpcs.org.


The following Dress Code changes will be implemented when students return to school on January 6, 2015.

Change to Dress Code: (Dress Code reads now:)

“Leggings, jeggings, yoga pants and other knit, polyester, or spandex form-fitting pants may be worn with shirts, dresses, skirts, or shorts meeting the dollar bill test.

The new rule reads:

Leggings, jeggings, yoga pants and other knit, polyester, or spandex form-fitting pants may be worn with shirts, dresses, skirts, or shorts meeting the finger tip test.  


  Now Enrolling
Grades 6-12
 
Enrollment forms are available in the Main Office and for immediate download under the Parent/Student tab.
For more information contact the Office Manager at 418-8014.

* Attendance Zone is State Wide
 

Fund Raising

The South Carolina Public Charter School District and Calhoun Falls Charter School do 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 Lori Lindler, at 864-418-8014, ext. 23, and for questions pertaining to Title IX contact Deirdre McCullough, Principal, at 864-418-8014, ext. 22.