For more than three decades, Communities In Schools has surrounded students across South Carolina with communities of support, providing them with the tools they need to become the heroes of their own stories. This month, we are proud to release our latest annual report where we recap last year’s impact and celebrate the resounding success of
September 21, 2023 — Communities In Schools of South Carolina (CISSC), has been awarded a $90,000 grant from Power:Ed, the philanthropy of SC Student Loan Corporation, to sustain the integrated student support programming at Lower Richland High School in Richland County, launch programming at Fairfield Central High School in Fairfield County, and maintain its program
August 28, 2023 – Communities In Schools of South Carolina (CISSC) is excited to announce the release of its inaugural Five-Year Strategic Roadmap, a comprehensive plan designed to guide the organization’s efforts in advancing student success and fostering equitable education across the state. The strategic roadmap is the culmination of extensive collaboration, analysis, and planning. It
The Communities In Schools program ensures that students have everything they need to succeed – food, access to technology and school supplies, emotional support, and more. By bringing community resources to students, we are creating equitable learning conditions in schools and beyond. Read our 2021-22 Annual Report to learn more about the work we’re doing
NORTH CHARLESTON — The South Carolina chapters of Communities in Schools have merged into one, allowing the nonprofit to reach more students with its social and emotional support programs.
Billionaire philanthropist Mackenzie Scott has donated $2.5 million to Communities in Schools of South Carolina, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting students through social and emotional programs.