Pursuing Excellence for Tomorrow's Challenges
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Celebrating and Understanding Differences: Chris Singleton Visits School District Five
Choice & Magnet Options
In District Five, we believe that all students can learn, but not every student learns in the same way. Diversity of talents, interests, learning styles and backgrounds is what makes us a great community of thinkers and problem solvers.
District Five has long placed a priority on growing our academic programs through magnet and other offerings. It's a conscious decision to provide our families with the choices they need to make their students successful in school and in future careers. "Choice" is the term used to describe the opportunities provided to our students. Choice includes the option to select any school in the district that has space available to accommodate additional students or to select a magnet school or magnet program.
Whether you are choosing a non-magnet school that has capacity, one of our existing magnet schools or programs or a new Discover 5 magnet school, you can be sure that District Five is a school system where "Every Choice is a Great Choice."
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H. E. Corley Elementary School
Leadership Magnet and
Montessori students participate in tree planting experience when H.E. Corley Elementary School received gift of oak trees on campus.
Leaphart Elementary School
A fourth grader at Leaphart Elementary School STEAM Magnet, received third place in the elementary school level MSA nationwide poster competition!
Irmo High School International School for the Arts
🌎 Irmo High School International School for the Arts named 2020 Overall School of the Year by the Green Steps School program and volunteer, Linda Byars, named Green Steps School Mentor of the Year! Read more here.