Child in School by his New Home in Summerville
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Rated excellent for three consecutive years on the annual state report card.

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national accreditation as a quality school system of excellence

Dorchester District Two received the State Department of Educations Red Carpet Award, which recognizes schools with outstanding family-friendly environments

Sand Hill Elementary a Top Summerville School in Dorchester District 2

Sand Hill Elementary

(Grades K-5)

Children who live at Summers Corner will be automatically enrolled at the new Sand Hill Elementary School, featuring brand-new, state-of-the-art facilities just a short walk away.

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Rollings Middle School of the Arts a Top South Carolina School in Dorchester District 2

Rollings Middle School of the Arts

(Grades 6-8)

Rollings Middle School of the Arts is now open in its new location at Summers Corner. The school admits students on an audition-only basis, and children specialize in one of the seven core arts areas: band, dance, piano, strings, theater, visual arts or vocal music.

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we believe in being passionately curious.
That mother nature can be a pretty good teacher, too.
And that walking there is half the fun.

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East Edisto Middle School

(Grades 6-8)

Students who dont attend Rollings Middle School of the Arts will be automatically enrolled at the brand new, state of the art East Edisto Middle School, just a short 5-minute drive from Summers Corner. EEMS uses the latest technology, like SMART Boards, Chromebooks and more; and offers a challenging curriculum.

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Ashley Ridge High School

(GRADES 9-12)

High schoolers will attend Ashley Ridge High Schoolone of the best in the state, and just a 5-minute drive from Summers Corner. The school is well represented by AP Scholars and Scholar Athletesfeaturing a challenging academic curriculum and 4A athletics. And we at Summers Corner love that their Horticulture Program is GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) certified by the US Department of Agriculture. That means the students are allowed to sell their produce to local businesses (including the school cafeteria) for use in meal preparation.

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we believe in being passionately curious.
That mother nature can be a pretty good teacher, too.
And that walking there is half the fun.