The Upstate SC

VOL12ISS1 2016

Issue link: http://emagazine.relocationguide.biz/i/673252

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 74 of 83

Volume 10—Issue 1 73 THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — UPSTATE SC | VOLUmE 12 — ISSUE 1 education Growing up Griffn Since 4K, my experience at SDS has prooted persoal character and instled a loe of learning in me as I get ready to expand my hoizos in colege and beyod. I fel prepared fo al of my experiences and opotuniies at SDS to met any chalenge life presents. At Spartanburg Day School, growing up Griffin means preparing students of all ages for life. We are a community of curious learners, passionate individuals and confident leaders. Lexi Lyon 12th Grade www.SpartanburgDaySchool.org 1701 Skylyn Drive | Spartanburg, SC 29307 | 864.582.7539 SAIS/AdvancED/SACS Spartanburg Day School 3K–12 Visit www.spartanburgdayschool.org, contact admissions@sdsgriffin.org, call 864-582-7539, or just stop by to discover more about the Griffin experience. graduates accumulate the least amount of educational debt. At the heart of the school's educational program is their uncompromising commitment to the liberal arts as a means of preparing students with the knowledge they need not only to be successful in the career, but also to be successful in other realms of life like family, community and church. Leading the way in some of Upstate's two-year institutions and part of the South Carolina Technical College System, Spartanburg Community College (SCC) is a school where students gain career training and certifications or pursue a bachelor's degree by taking their first two years of college at SCC through the University Transfer Program. At SCC, the opportunities are endless whether you are seeking a college degree, a career change or some type of professional development. SCC offers more than 100 programs of study that lead to high-demand, high-growth careers or allow you to pursue a bachelor's degree and achieve your educational and career goals. SCC's Corporate & Community Education division offers a solid foundation to prepare you for today's workforce through non-credit, short-term classes. Community Interest and Personal Enrichment classes are also available. At SCCOnline you can take part in a variety of online courses as well as six associate degrees and three certificates that you can earn completely online. SCC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and many credits conveniently transfer to in-state and out-of-state institutions. Whether you have a "preschooler" or are looking to go back and complete the degree you never had a chance to fnish the frst time around (or anyone in between); education in the Upstate truly has that perfect ft for you or your family. []

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

view archives of The Upstate SC - VOL12ISS1 2016