James Simons Montessori School

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  • CCSD bus routes finalized

    The mission of the CCSD Transportation Department is to safely provide efficient, cost-effective, and reliable transportation service to the students and parents of the Charleston County School District. To safely provide efficient, cost-effective, and reliable transportation service to the students and parents in a manner that supports the education and extracurricular objectives to the district. Please visit the Transportation Department home page, linked here, to view your child’s bus route.

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  • Nutrition Services gearing up to serve students

    It’s back to school September 8, 2020 and CCSD’s Nutrition services team will be in place and ready to serve students returning to face-to-face instruction. Nutrition Services will also continue grab-and-go meal distribution for students enrolled in virtual instruction. Learn more by following this link.

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  • District Academic Calendar finalized

    The Charleston County School District Board of Trustees, during their meeting on August 10, 2020, approved a revised Academic Calendar. The new school year will begin for students on Tuesday, September 8, 2020, and will end for students on Friday, June 18, 2021. Click to learn more.

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  • Learn about CCSD’s Safe Restart plans

    The Safe ReStart approved by CCSD will offer two options: The in-person school that will begin Sept. 8 with actual in-person instruction and the K-12 Virtual Academy, which entails a 9-week commitment for K-8 students and a semester commitment for high school students. For additional information follow this link or email saferestart@charleston.k12.sc.us.

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    Chris Ryan, Principal

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  • Welcome to James Simons Montessori School, a member of the American Montessori Society!


    James Simons Montessori School enjoys a rich past of educating Charleston's boys and girls. Our school is proudly celebrating our Centennial this year. James Simons was the first school in Charleston to desegregate in the 1960's. Seven years ago Maria Montessori's method was introduced and today we educate 3-year-olds all the way through eighth grade. 

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