At East Aiken School of the Arts, our goal is to accommodate differences, reveal a passion for learning, teach appreciation, and stimulate creativity.
MORNING ARRIVAL PROCEDURES REMINDER- Please remember that morning drop-off begins at 7:00 a.m. Students should NOT be dropped off before 7:00 a.m. Teachers on morning duty will let students know when they may exit their car in the morning. The building is locked, and there is no supervision before 7:00 a.m. This procedure is for the safety of all students.
All drop-offs MUST be in the single carpool line along the sidewalk in the front of the school. Cars are to stay in a single line in the morning (no passing or getting out of line) when dropping off their children. This is for the safety of all students. Cars should pull forward as far as possible to allow more cars in the designated area. All students should be dropped off in the single carline during morning arrival. Students may NOT be dropped off in the line across the road and then walk across the road without an adult. Parents may park and then walk their child across the road and to the front door.
These procedures are for the safety of all students.
Thank you for your assistance in this matter and for helping us keep our students safe!
YEARBOOKS - Order your 2021-22 yearbook now! Yearbooks are $30 through January 31, 2022. After February 1, 2022, yearbooks will be $35. Yearbooks may be ordered with cash or check (made payable to East Aiken School of the Arts) with this order form, or you may order online by clicking the link below.
OFFICE HOURS - The front office is open from 7:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. daily.
The team includes coaches D’Angelo Bryant of Silver Bluff High School and Brian Smith of Ridge Spring-Monetta High School and student-athletes Drew Stevens of North Augusta High School and Remedee Leaphart of Ridge Spring-Monetta High School.
Poster and Essay Contest Winners to be Recognized During Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Celebration
Winners and their families are invited to attend the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Celebration where they will be recognized and receive their awards.
Leavelle McCampbell Middle’s School Improvement Council Named to State School Improvement Council 2022 Honor Roll
A School Improvement Council is comprised of students, parents, teachers, school faculty, staff, and community members who support the principal and the school.
Aiken County School Board Appoints Educator Fritz Mason as a New Assistant Principal at Aiken High School
His career in education began in the classroom as a special education teacher where he taught seventh-grade, 10th-grade, and 11th-grade English Language Arts.
Attributes of Premier Students
For a closer look at the Attributes of Premier students in Aiken County Public Schools, click on the words "Attributes of Premier Students," or simply look around your school as we're sharing these attributes in a big way and posters and banners are everywhere!