• Constituent Boards

  • Purpose

    CCSD utilizes Constituent Boards with the purpose:

    • To assign students to non-magnet local schools in the constituent district, subject to appeal to the CCSD Board of Trustees.
    • To consider and determine student transfer requests, both inter and intra-district, subject to appeal to the CCSD Board of Trustees.
    • To hear and decide student discipline appeals, subject to appeal to the CCSD Board of Trustees.
    • Inform CCSD Board of Trustees of the well-being of district schools.

    Contact Us

    Toshiba Champaigne
    Constituent Board Administrator
    Phone: 843-937-6425, Email: toshiba_champaigne@charleston.k12.sc.us

  • District 4 News

District News

  • SOA student wins Congressional art Competition

    Charleston County School of the Arts (SOA) senior Enrique Boyd, won the 2021 Sixth District Congressional Art Competition, and his work will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol as part of a national art exhibition. Boyd’s piece is called “Cedric.”

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  • NMSC awards three CCSD students with $2,500 scholarships

    Three Charleston County School District (CCSD) students earned $2,500 National Merit Scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). All three recipients of the NMSC’s 2021 $2,500 scholarships are from Academic Magnet High School: Lydia R. Cox, Brendan P. Elliott, and Ethan A. Ouellette.

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  • SOA hosts annual fashion show

    Charleston County School of the Arts (SOA) Fashion and Design students have been preparing all year for their 8th Annual Fashion Show. The SOA Fashion Show is an exciting event, complete with runway, lights, music, and creative energy. Changes have been added to this year's performance, including a virtual option is available for the general public.

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  • Buist and AMHS students advance to National History Day competition

    Students from Buist Academy and Academic Magnet High School have won National History Day at the state level and will be moving forward to Nationals. This year's theme was "Communication in History: The Key to Understanding." The state contest was held virtually Saturday, April 17, 2021.

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