Announcements

  • School Supply Lists for 2021-2022 school year

    Click Here:  2021-2022 CCSMS Supply Lists

    Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
  • Summer Office Hours

    The office is open 9:00am - 3:00pm Monday - Thursday 

    Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
  • STEMester Days Basics

    Please see the attached for basics about STEMester Days.

    Yes, these are non-uniform days, but we still have a dress code to follow.

    It will be a cell phone free environment.

    Remote learners will log into Canvas.

     

    Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
  • Congratulations to Jack Cornett!

    Jack was recently named the Regional Winner of the South Carolina Academy of Science Statewide contest.

     

    Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
  • Congratulations to Kali Wood, Logan Richards, and Christina Crowell- Winners at the North Charleston Arts Festival

    Kali Wood: (9-12 Hon. Mention Ribbon & $15 gift card for Michael's)

    Logan Richards (6-8 Hon. Mention & $10 gift card for Michael's)

    Christina Crowell- Poem (2nd Place Winner)

    Congratulations to Kali, Logan, Christina, and all of our scholars who worked hard to show their artistic creativity and represented CCSMS for this competition.  

    Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
  • Vaccines available for scholars 16 and over

     
    Fetter is partnering with CCSD to provide Covid-19 vaccines to scholars 16 and over. This is optional.
     
    The first round will be on Wednesday, May 5, 9am to 11am in the gym.
    The second round will be Wednesday, May 26, 9am to 11am in the gym.
     
    High school scholars 16 and over are eligible to participate.
     
    This will allow us to have an accurate headcount for Fetter.
     
    You will also need to complete the consent form which will also be emailed to you when you complete the signup form. The consent form can be brought with the scholar on Wednesday or emailed to us at frontoffice@charlestonmathscience.org.
     
    Scholars signing up for the vaccine may ride the bus or drive themselves. They can remain on campus on Wednesday or may return home if they are not scheduled to be here for Workshop Wednesday.
    Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
  • E-learning Day Thurday, April 1

    There will be an e-learning day on Thursday, April 1 due to CCSMS Staff scheduled for vaccines with CCSD and MUSC.

    Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
  • Semester 2 - Starts on Thurday, January 7

    We are looking forward to Semester 2 starting.

    We will be learning remotely with live instruction with our teachers following our normal bell schedule. Scholars should check their email for links to their classes.

    Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
  • Wavelength for this week:

    CCSMS News You Can Use!

    Here is the Wavelength for this week:

    Wavelength for this week

     

    Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
  • MAP Testing Information

    MAP Testing Dates:
    • All A-Day and B-Day scholars will test in person when they are here on campus.
    • Remote learning scholars are testing virtually. (Note, scholars considering applying to a magnet school with testing requirements will need to test in person on campus. They can not test from home. Please contact Mrs. Carter for arrangements. )
    A-Day Scholars (6th-9th grade):
    • Reading: Tuesday, 12/1 
    • Math: Monday, 12/7 (the following week)
    B-Day Scholars (6th-9th grade):
    • Reading: Thursday, 12/3
    • Math: Friday, 12/4
    Remote Scholars learning virtually from Home (6th - 9th grade):
    • Reading: Wednesday, 12/2
    • Math: Wednesday, 12/9 (the following week)
    • (Note, scholars considering applying to a magnet school with testing requirements will need to test in person on campus. They can not test from home. Please contact Mrs. Carter for arrangements. )
    Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
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About CCSMS

Welcome to CCSMS

The Charleston Charter School for Math and Science offers an advanced curriculum in science and mathematics to 6th to 12th grade scholars living in Charleston County.

Our project-based learning model brings math and science to life and provides a hands-on curriculum that utilizes the best of the Lowcountry’s scientific and natural resources.

In addition to core curriculum classes, courses are offered in six career pathways.

Career Pathways

Pre-Engineering (PLTW)  Computer Science (PLTW)  Bio-Medical Science (PLTW)  
Teaching and Training  Business and Marketing Majors  Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management