Counseling Timeline
  • Take grades seriously, they represent your work ethic.  Most college decisions will be based on grades earned through the junior year.  

  • Take advantage higher level courses.

  • Seek leadership positions in extra-curricular activities.

  • Attend college fairs and sign up for college mailings.

  • Take the PSAT seriously.  Scores are used to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Program.

  • Practice with Khan Academy

  • Register for the ACT and or SAT at least twice.  The FBS school code is 410388.

    • Register for SAT

    • Register for ACT

  • Meet with the College Counselor to begin the college selection process.

  • Meet with college admissions representatives when they visit campus.

  • Make a list of possible majors and career interests.  The College Counselor can help identify possible areas of interest.

  • Tour college campuses.

  • Make a list of 7-10 colleges for application consideration.

  • Prospective student athletes need to apply to the NCAA Eligibility Center.

  • Gain experience through a summer job, internship or volunteer opportunity.



Lower School and Middle School

48 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29401

Telephone: 843-722-6646

Fax:  843-720-2510

High School

2055 George Griffith Blvd. James Island, SC 29412

Telephone: 843-410-1606


2051 George Griffith Blvd. James Island, SC 29412



Admissions Office


Telephone:  843-722-6646 (ext. 1021 or 1042)
Fax:  843-722-3894


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