BETA Club Induction Ceremony
Virtus Academy High School Students inducted into
National BETA Club
Ethan Shaeffer, Ameer Presbery, Dallin Mason, Kendall Jones, Caydence Hampton, Damien Buie, Arie Brown, Haleigh Alexander
The academic accomplishments of Virtus Academy of South Carolina (VASC) were celebrated at a ceremony hosted at the school on Thursday, March 31. Virtus Academy of South Carolina showed an increase in the projections of the percentage of elementary and middle students scoring Meets or Exceeds in MAP ELA and Math from Fall to Winter.
It’s never too early to learn about the importance of saving and making smart money choices, which is why our first graders participated in the Future Scholar “Making Bank” contest. Using their creativity, they designed piggy banks illustrating things for which they would like to save money. At the same time, they explored the difference
Virtus Academy is participating in our nation’s largest celebration of reading during the month of March and all year long. In addition to reading books students can see themselves reflected in and books that allow readers to see a world or a character that might be different from them, we incorporated some fun activities in
The Charter School at Erskine named Virtus Academy a Shooting Star school based on our fall to winter formative assessment results indicating significant gains by our students. Virtus is one of 26 schools across South Carolina authorized by Erskine and one of four Project-Based Learning Schools.
Students in our gifted and talented program recently held a Hot Chocolate Fundraiser to support three school clubs: band, basketball, and cheerleading. They raised $337.62 by hosting two Hot Chocolate Days and had a ton of fun in the process. Our clubs have an extra boost of funding, and our GT students learned the value