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2018 Top 10!

by Jamie Bryant, Director of Strategic Marketing & Communications
Happy New Year! Where has 2018 gone? It seems like only yesterday that our former Primer class (now 1st graders) were singing “I am a Promise” to the Class of 2018, students took the "Big Jump" to their next grade level on Big Jump Day, and CCES was ranked the #1 private school in South Carolina.
 
Today we’ve put together a list of our ten most popular social media posts of 2018. Hold tight, things are about to get good!
 
We always look forward to Coach Cummings’ monthly Halftime Reports, but this one in particular on sophomore Mary Philpot captured our hearts.
 
Mr. Johnstone’s Lower School Vlogs are always much anticipated and enjoyed, the stats on this one in particular goes to show how thank ful we are for our German families.
 
Look left, look right, across all divisions CCES Cavs are always working on a service project in an effort to give back to our community.
 
Who can resist the sweetness of the graduating class, dressing in similar costume as their Primer buddies and parading through campus on Halloween! 🎃
 
This video gives us chills.  Even if you’ve already watched it, take another look and see why it’s always a great day to be a Cavalier.
 
Such a beautiful chapel, and a heartwarming way and time to remember the students of Parkland.
 
Established in 1991 to honor a student who exemplifies commitment to Christian values through worship, sensitivity, and outreach to others, this award was well deserved and an honor for Myka and her family.
 
The creativity of our students never ceases to amaze.
 
Our 3rd graders work so hard preparing for their annual play “Salute to South Carolina.” Even if you don't have a third grader, I promise you will be amazed, entertained, and inspired by these kids. You’ll even learn a thing or two about South Carolina!

A special occasion for a very special Class of 2018, enough said!
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