Daniel Island's Guidance Department is a National RAMP Recognized Program.
During the 2009-2014 school years, Daniel Island School was a South Carolina Palmetto Gold Award Winner for student achievement.
*opens March 18/2019
As a 5th-grade teacher in only his third year, Mr. Mignone admits he was surprised to learn he was a finalist and even more taken back when his name was announced as District Teacher of the Year. He touts his ability to build relationships as what possibly sets him apart.
Twenty-eight Berkeley County School District students were honored Wednesday, April 10 during a special ceremony at Westview Middle School in Goose Creek. They were recognized for making positive and lasting changes in their lives.
Of eight participating schools, 17 students at Howe Hall AIMS participated in individual events and received superior ratings. The Philip Simmons Middle School 8th grade cast of Cheaters was the only school to receive a group superior rating.
In the words of Director Greg Whiteley and Executive Producer Ted Dintersmith, Most Likely to Succeed is a "thought-provoking" film that "revels the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods in today's innovative world."
The event hosts choirs from Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee. Among those, the Goose Creek Chamber Choir posted the highest score as it received a gold rating and placed first among all schools in the choral division.