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With innovative learning practices, our children are soaring in the classroom and benefiting from new opportunities offered through the Arts, STEAM, multiage classrooms and competency-based grading. Berkeley County School District is breaking out of the traditional mold. While we understand the role of standardized testing, such mandated tests will not be the only way children in Berkeley County are measured.
At Berkeley County School District we aren’t teaching to the test. We are preparing our students with valuable work and life skills. Every day our students are challenged in ways to help them learn what they need to be successful. From adaptability and critical thinking to resilience and collaboration -- our students are getting what they need for college, the work force, the military or whatever finds them after graduation.
Ask us about opportunities and incentives!
From loan forgiveness programs to unmatched professional development offerings, there are many reasons to begin your career with Berkeley County School District.
- State retirement & insurance
- Supplements & annuities
- Paid holidays
- Rural School mileage
- 190-day contracts paid over 12 months
- Loan forgiveness opportunities
- Salaries at or above the tri-county average
- Professional leave availability
- Instructional support for all teachers
- Discounts w/ local businesses
- New teacher support program
News & Info
Board doubles recommendation of administration; All district employees to receive a $5k incentive
BCSD administrators and the Board are expected to review additional salary increases as a part of the 2023-2024 budget process. The next budget workshop is expected to be held in early May.
Photos: BCSD Bus Driver Spring Bash
Dinna Williams, a Berkeley County School District bus driver for 22 years, organized a fellowship event and divided up the drivers who report to the Berkeley Transportation Office into four groups based off the colors of one of her favorite spring snacks, “Peeps.”
Being Berkeley: HHS graduate Kelsi Brewer is a Hawk for life
Kelsi Brewer, née Childress, is part of the Hanahan High graduating class of 2010. In high school, she was a very active student who particularly enjoyed journalism. Check out how Hanahan High built a strong foundation for this alumna, who now plays a major role with South Carolina Ports Authority.
Q&A with BCSD school psychology interns
This year, BCSD had the assistance of four interns rotating between its schools. Two of them, Carly Rarick and Ashley Burton, answered a few quick questions about why they want to be school psychologists and about their experience at BCSD.
PHOTOS: BCSD celebrates its Turnaround Award recipients
The Turnaround Achievement Award honors students who have previously experienced challenges and hardships – both at home and at school – but made the decision to literally “turn it around” for themselves and make sure they are on the right track to get a high school diploma.
BCSD Office of Technology recognized with national award
Berkeley County School District’s Office of Technology just scored a national award, plus a total of $7,000 that will be used to provide further technology support in BCSD’s classrooms.
PHOTOS: OneBerkeley United Games welcomes more schools, more fun
Last year’s OneBerkeley United Games event welcomed 11 schools from around the district as students with special needs gathered for a day of fun and games. This year the event nearly doubled in size, with 20 Berkeley County School District schools flocking to the Moncks Corner Regional Recreation Complex on Friday morning for twice the fun.
Video: CLS Construction Update
Construction is still on track for the Carolyn Lewis School to open in August 2023.
Video: BCSD Makes a Difference
No matter where we are or what we're doing, we're always striving to make a difference in Berkeley County.
About Berkeley County
Berkeley County is home to some of the fastest-growing areas in America. The area is rich in history with no shortage of historic sites, places and spaces. We're also a short drive from historic downtown Charleston and Lowcountry beaches. You can find additional information about Berkeley County at berkeleycountysc.gov.