• Photo One: Nikolai Madden matches hand sign cards to numbers cards. Photo Two: Halleigh-Catherine McKinney places Gold Fish, raisins, and M&Ms on a 100 Days of School numbers sheet.


    Educational programs in the Cedar Springs Academy are tailored to meet the individual sensory and intellectual needs of students. The academy uses an alternate curriculum with modifications and accommodations that meet standards set by the SC Department of Education.

    Our curriculum blends core educational classes with planned themes, such as learning the importance of healthy eating (science) and how to count money (math). This style of teaching allows students to learn and apply basic skills to real life situations.  

  • Lessons

  • Teachers and Staff

  • Measuring Success