Academics

Lower School

The Lower School Experience

The CCES Lower School emphasizes academic excellence and unique learning opportunities in interactive, child-centered classrooms. The independent private elementary school serves students in Primer (K) and grades 1 through 4, providing an educational experience unlike any other in the Greenville, SC area.

In the Lower School, the CCES experience begins with the nurturing relationship teachers form with every child. There is a feeling of physical and emotional safety that pervades the school and allows children to blossom. Students gain necessary foundational skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. Through inquiry-based learning children also learn that their questions and interests are valued, and integrated instruction across a broad range of 
subject areas encourages students to explore their creativity and expand their intellectual pursuits. Throughout the Lower School experience, opportunities to develop and enhance personal and social characteristics like leadership, collaboration, independence, poise, and curiosity abound.

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Building A Foundation For The Future

The CCES Lower School is one of the Greenville, SC area's most prestigious private elementary schools. Beginning in Primer (K) and continuing through grade 4, students are exposed to an active, nurturing learning environment that prepares them for the academic challenges of Middle School and 
Upper School while also readying them for a lifetime of success outside the classroom. If you would like to learn more about the CCES Lower School experience, we encourage you to contact us for additional information or to schedule a visit.




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Christ Church Episcopal School (“CCES”) admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileged, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at CCES. CCES does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, creed, religion, or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid, scholarship or other programs, or athletic or other school-administered programs and activities.