Charleston Country School District 9

Here is information about the Schools within the District 9 (CCSD9).  
The new single-member district includes students who live on James Island, Folly Beach, parts of Johns Island or the Charleston peninsula, Kiawah Island, and Seabrook. Here is a listing of the schools.

James Island and Folly Beach
Most students who live on these islands attend these neighborhood schools.

Harbor View Elementary School | James Island Elementary School |  Murray LaSaine Montessori School | Stiles Point Elementary School  |  Camp Road Middle School  | Septima P. Clark Academy | James Island Charter High School

Johns Island
Students who live in one part of Johns Island, Kiawah, or Seabrook can attend these neighborhood schools.

Angel Oak Elementary School  | Edith L. Frierson Elementay School | Mt. Zion Elementary School | Haut Gap Middle School |  St. Johns Johns Island High School

Peninsula of Charleston
Students who live on part of the peninsula may attend these neighborhood schools or apply to the schools with entrance requirements.

Buist Academy For Advanced Studies |  James Simons Montessori School |  Memminger School of Global Studies  | Julian Mitchel Elementary School for Math and Science  | Charleston Charter School for Math and Science  | Burke High School

Other Schools 
In Charleston County School District there are a variety of county-wide magnet schools students in District 9 may attend through an application process. They include::

Academic Magnet High School | Charleston County School of the Arts | Military Magnet Academy

Charleston County School District

The District is organized by eight Constituent Boards. The new single-member Board of Trustees, District 9 includes three of those districts. 

Constituent District 3 James Island  | Constituent District 9 Johns Island  | Constituent District 20 Downtown Charleston

Administration and Superintendents Office 

CCSD Board of Trustees including Meeting Schedules, Policies, & Agendas 

CCSD School Improvement Council Support
Maggie Dangerfield
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