Aiken County Public School District

Achieving Excellence

  • Need to register a student for the 2022-23 school year? Cick I AM > A PARENT for information. 

  • Student transfer request information and student transfer request forms for the 2023-24 school year are now available HERE. The deadline to submit a student transfer request form is Friday, March 24, 2023.

  • With engaged and capable teachers and staff, a shared vision to nurture and support students, and community partnerships that enhance the academic, career and extra-curricular opportunities for all, Aiken County Public School District is THE choice for public school education in the Central Savannah River Area.

Announcements

  • AIKEN INNOVATE APPLICATIONS - Aiken iNNOVATE is now accepting applications for the 2023-24 school year for eligible students in grades 6-12. Parents and students interested in a full-time virtual learning experience are invited to attend an upcoming Parent Information Night. To fill out an application or view more information about Aiken iNNOVATE, including eligibility requirements, please click here. The application deadline is February 15, 2023. 

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  • acGATEWAY SHOWCASE VIDEOS - Students Gifted & Talented in the Arts put on an impressive Showcase as part of their acGateway experience during the summer of 2022.Celebrate the arts in education by taking a look at our little artists and performers in just released videos available by clicking on "acGATEWAY."

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  • FREE OR REDUCED MEAL APPLICATIONS - Parents and Guardians, for more than two years Aiken County Public Schools provided no-cost breakfast and lunch meals to all students thanks to waivers from the United States Department of Agriculture. This federal funding and waiver system expired on June 30, 2022, and Congress did not extend the program. Therefore, students will be required to begin paying for meals again when school begins August 15, 2022, unless they qualify for the Free and Reduced Meal Program or attend one of the following schools: A.L. Corbett Middle School, Aiken Elementary, Aiken Intermediate School, Clearwater Elementary, Cyril B. Busbee Elementary, East Aiken School of the Arts, Gloverville Elementary, Graniteville Elementary, Greendale Elementary, J. D. Lever Elementary, Jackson STEM Middle School, Jefferson Elementary, Langley-Bath-Clearwater Middle, Mossy Creek Elementary, North Aiken Elementary, Oakwood-Windsor Elementary, Redcliffe Elementary, Ridge Spring-Monetta Elementary, Ridge Spring-Monetta Middle/High, Schofield Middle, Wagener-Salley High, or Warrenville Elementary. 

    If you believe your child may qualify for free or reduced meals and do not attend one of the schools listed above, you MUST complete an online application FOUND HERE.

    We encourage families to complete the application as soon as possible to ensure your child will be able to enjoy low-cost, nutritious meals when school starts in August. 

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  • REGISTRATION FOR 2022-23 SCHOOL YEAR - Parents and guardians can register students for the 2022-23 school year. New student registration, including Kindergarten students and students brand new to Aiken County Schools, can be completed online. Parents and guardians of new students can click here for more information.

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  • BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING LIVESTREAM ARCHIVE - The Aiken County Board of Education Meetings are livestreamed and available for replay after each meeting. The livestream also has a video index making agenda items easy to find with the click of a mouse!

    Click here to access the Board of Education Meeting livestream archive

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District Headlines

ACPSD Newsmakers

  •  Coach Deans

    A.L. Corbett Athletic Director Named Middle School Teacher Of The Year

    A passion for sports and a desire to help kids is what inspired Parrish Deans to become a teacher. That passion resulted in Deans, the athletic director at A.L. Corbett Middle School, being named the South Carolina Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Middle School Teacher of the Year. “I got it and was totally shocked,” Deans said. Michelle Kennedy, the principal at A.L. Corbett, nominated Deans because of all he does for the kids.

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  •  Graniteville Elementary Purr-suasive Writing Program

    Graniteville Elementary Students Practice Their Purr-suasive Letter Writing Skills

    Why should someone adopt an animal from a shelter? That was the question posed to second-grade students at Graniteville Elementary School when they received a visit from Friends of the Animal Shelter program coordinator and Nova, a 4-year-old furry friend. The duo came to visit the kids and help provide information for them for their persuasive writing assignment.

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  •  Aiken Elementary Outdoor Classroom

    Aiken Elementary Students Take A Hands On Approach To Learning

    The school has an outdoor classroom where teachers can take students throughout the year. The outdoor classroom allows for a variety of activities including gardening, scavenger hunts and mud kitchens.

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  •  Warrenville Elementary Kids in the Kitchen Program

    Kids Learn Kitchen Skills At Warrenville Elementary School

    Fifth-grade students at Warrenville Elementary School are learning kitchen skills through the Kids in the Kitchen Program implemented by School Food Service Manager, Karen Reed. Students learn how to follow recipes, cook, check the temperature of food items, and more.

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Our Flags Today

  • Our flags fly at half-staff upon the death of principal figures as a mark of respect for their memory as ordered by the President and/or Governor. Click here for more information on our flag status today. In many instances, students are responsible for participating in or conducting flag-related exercises. While a great responsibility and honor for our students, we believe that it also helps build a sense of patriotism and civic pride.

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