Admission

FAQs

General Information

The CCES Office of Admission exists to help families make the best educational choice possible for their child.  We are always here to answer questions, share our experiences, and make the admission process easier to navigate.

FAQ's

We have compiled a list of our most frequently asked questions in three different categories.  Admission covers questions about the application process, including campus visits, the admission timeline, and financial aid. Student Life includes common questions about academic opportunities, extra-curriculars, diversity, and other topics.  Logistics answers common inquiries about transportation, after-school and summer programs, uniforms, the school day, and more.

Admission FAQs

List of 10 items.

Logistics FAQs

List of 8 items.

  • Are CCES students required to wear uniforms?

    Students in grades P-8 wear uniforms. The Upper School students adhere to a dress code. Uniforms and dress code information is available in the Parent-Student Handbook.
  • Do you offer an after-school program?

    The Lower and Middle schools offer late-stay from 3:05-5:30 for $10/day. We also offer a variety of after school activities such as ballet, martial arts, soccer roller-skating, and art for grades P-6 at an additional cost.
  • Does CCES offer any summer programs?

    CCES offers a wide variety of summer programs for K4-12th grades. Click here to find out more.
  • Does CCES offer transportation?

    CCES offers a bus from Anderson for an additional cost. No other transportation is provided.
  • How do parents get involved?

    There are many organizations that parents may join in order to get involved with the CCES community: Parents Panel, Parents Organization, the Booster Club, the Arts Guild, etc. There are also many opportunities to volunteer through the health room, the bookstore, the library, etc.
  • How does CCES welcome new students?

    CCES has several programs to ensure our new families feel welcome and part of our community. We have Student Ambassadors, Parent Ambassadors, and the United World Committee. All three organizations play an integral role in welcoming new families.
  • What is included in tuition?

    Tuition covers instruction, most textbooks, and certain student related services. School lunch, after school activities, and various other items are not included in tuition and fees. To learn more, please see the visit our Tuition & Fees webpage.
  • When does school begin/end?

    Lower School: 8:05-3:05; Middle School: 8:05-3:05; Upper School 8:10-3:10. Students in grades 7 and 8 who are involved with sports, have a supervised study hall before practices begin, and students in grades 9-12 have extra help from 3:10-3:45 every day.

Student Life FAQs

List of 9 items.

  • Do CCES students attend chapel services during the school day?

    All CCES students attend chapel on Wednesdays. There are four separate services; P-1, 2-4, 5-8, and 9-12. Each service lasts approximately 45 minutes with full Eucharist in grades 2-12 with parental permission. The Lower and Middle School students also go to one morning prayer service during the week. Upper School students attend two morning prayer services.
  • Does CCES offer an AP or IB program?

    CCES offers the International Baccalaureate Program at the Lower School level and both AP & IB programs at the Upper School level.
  • Is your school safe for my children?

    CCES has a 24 hour security team, as safety is one of our main priorities.
  • What are the opportunities at CCES for fine arts, athletics, or other activities?

    CCES students can participate in a variety of arts programs, including orchestra, photography, drama, and many others. Beginning in 7th grade, students can join one of our 45 athletic teams. There are also a variety of clubs and electives offered throughout the day for Middle and Upper School students. Please click here to learn more.
  • What colleges do CCES graduates attend?

    CCES graduates attend a wide variety of colleges. Please click here to see a college acceptance list from our recent graduates.
  • What does diversity look like at CCES?

    The CCES population is 16.7% internationally diverse,16% socio-economically diverse.
  • What foreign languages are taught and in what grade levels?

    Primer- 5th Grade students are all taught exploratory Spanish. Students in grades 6-8 can choose to study Spanish, Latin, French, or Chinese. Students in grades 9-12 can choose between Spanish, Latin, French, Chinese or German. Students in the Upper School must complete 3 consecutive years of language study for graduation.
  • What is the average class size?

    Classes in the lower school typically range from 16-20 students with an assistant. Middle school classes range from about 5-23 students with a median class size of 18. Upper School classes range from about 1-23 students with a median class size of 13.
  • What is the role of community service at CCES?

    In the Lower and Middle Schools, students participate (beginning in 2nd grade) in service at the grade level, with small groups going into the community each week. Students in 6th, 7th, and 8th also participate in a full day of service. Students in the Upper School must complete a minimum of 15 hours of community service each year guided by our Director of Service Learning.
The admission team is always available to assist you. Please don't hesitate to call us at (864) 331-4223 or e-mail admission@cces.org with any questions.

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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.