Supporting Mental Health in Middle School: Our Students Have What It Takes

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
May 25, 2022

I couldn’t have imagined the immense mental health obstacles our middle school students face daily. They navigate social media with its constant call to compare...

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Six Signs of Trauma & How to Respond

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
May 17, 2022

In the US, 70% of adults and 1 in 7 children have felt some form of serious physical or emotional harm, also known as trauma,...

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A Day in the Life of a Mental Health Professional

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
May 10, 2022

When we are little, we are often asked, what do we want to be?  I always thought, “I want to be me!” I want to...

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Three Ways Meeting Street Schools Prioritizes Mental Health For All

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
May 3, 2022

One of the few good things about the COVID-19 pandemic is that it has highlighted how integral social and emotional support for students (and adults!)...

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New Recruitment Incentives for Meeting Street Schools Team

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
March 24, 2022

Recruitment is always one of our top priorities during the spring at Meeting Street Schools. This year, we have tripled our efforts to find passionate,...

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Meeting Street Schools’ Hosts Alumni Weekend!

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
March 21, 2022

Over 100 Meeting Street Schools current and soon-to-be alumni gathered at their alma mater to attend our very first Network-wide Alumni Weekend to receive information...

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What is the Employee Assistance Program?

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
March 18, 2022

We are all working hard to make each day GREAT! We also are facing many challenges beyond our control. You are not alone. We go...

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What It Takes To Earn The National Blue Ribbon

Story by: Meeting Street Schools
March 18, 2022

When my family was contemplating relocating five years ago, I searched for education roles online and learned about Meeting Street Academy-Spartanburg.  I had never worked...

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Meeting Street Academy: 2022-23 Application Live For Families

Story by: Courtney Williams
December 14, 2021

Meeting Street Academy: 2022-23 Application Live For Families Since 2008, the flagship campus of Meeting Street Schools has become a beacon of what is possible...

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Our Schools

MSA – Charleston

Pre-K3 To 8th


Downtown Charleston, SC

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MSA – Spartanburg

Pre-K3 To 5th


Downtown Spartanburg, SC

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MS – Brentwood

Pre-K3 To 8th


North Charleston, SC

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MS – Burns

Pre-K3 To 8th


North Charleston, SC

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MS – Jubilee

Pre-K3 To 5th

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Jasper County, SC

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“We come into work everyday truly believing that our students are capable of achieving anything that is put in front of them. Here at MSS, students are provided the opportunity to achieve success through the facilitation of well-educated teachers, resources, and a responsive classroom school environment.”

— NikToshia GilesTeacher

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“Meeting Street Academy is my family. They taught me that I am valuable. I am an asset to the world…They asked me, ‘What is your dream?’ I had never been asked that before. The MSS community gives me the strength to pursue my dreams.”

— Kadelyn SteedStudent

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“MSA is a family. Once you’re in, you’re in. They said they would follow our kids from K-3 to college and they actually lived up to what they said they would do. Not only did MSA challenge my daughter academically but it also exposed her to new things that she probably wouldn’t have been exposed to at our previous neighborhood school. Our journey at MSA was exciting and rewarding. They actually walk the walk.”

— Tyeka GrantParent