Former Sanders-Clyde student

Nyla Is on the Right Path Thanks to Enrichment Programs, Mentors

To meet Nyla Bell now as a 9th grader, you would never imagine that she was a troubled 5th grader getting suspended and hanging around with the wrong crowd. What you would see today is a poised, articulate and confident young lady who craves intellectual stimulation and loves a robust exchange of ideas. The turning […]

Inspirational Pathways art abstract

Children Learning Though Art in Inspirational Pathways

Thanks to a very generous 10-year, $25,000 grant from Ms. Barbara Melvin, Charleston Promise Neighborhood has created Inspirational Pathways, an arts-based enrichment program at Sanders-Clyde Creative Arts School. Fifth graders participating in Inspirational Pathways recently visited  Redux Contemporary Arts Center to learn about the artistic process and become inspired to express themselves creatively through various […]

Parents and Teachers at Social Studies Bowll

Social Studies Bowl 2018: The Children are Learning!

A capacity crowd of nearly 300 people filled the auditorium of the Charleston Museum on March 1 to witness another Social Studies Bowl, with five Title One schools in competition. With an emcee and scorekeeper from Historic Charleston Foundation dressed in colonial era attire, teams of second-through-fifth graders answered questions pulled from the school curricula. […]