|Grade Levels||age 2 - grade 12|
Campus and Facilities
Academic buildings include dedicated facilities for early childhood, lower, middle, and upper schools. State-of-the-art science labs, fine arts building, makerspace, practice gym and athletic center, playing fields, PEAK Adventure Base camp with two climbing towers and archery course, dedicated playgrounds and recess space for early childhood, lower, and middle schools. Campus includes five distinct habitats: pond, river, forest, wetlands, and fields.
|School Hours||8:20 AM - 3:05 PM|
|Early Arrival||Drop-off begins at 7:30 AM|
|After School||Available until 6:00 PM|
|Early Childhood Students (EC2 - EC4)||101|
|Lower School Students (K-4)||172|
|Middle School Students (5-8)||216|
|Upper School Students (9-12)||242|
|Total Full-time Faculty||68|
|Total Part-time Faculty||18|
|Full-time Faculty with Advanced Degrees||38 Masters, 3 PhD's, 1 Juris Doctorate|
|Average Teaching Experience||17 years|
|Student to Teacher Ratio||8:1|
12 teachers named South Carolina Independent School Teachers of the Year since 2001
Class of 2018 SAT Performance (Middle 50%)
Evidence Based Reading and Writing 600-695
Mathematics 550 -690
Students enrolled in sixteen AP courses including: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Calculus AB/BC, Computer Science, English Literature, English Language, Human Geography, Latin, Spanish Language, Statistics, U.S. History, World History, European History, Government and Politics
In 2018, 81% of AP scores were 3, 4, or 5 (a score of 3 or above is a qualifier for college placement out of a requirement or into an advanced-level course)
|College Matriculations||100% of Heathwood students graduate and enroll in a four year college|
||Click here to see a list of past five year college acceptances|
|Teams||35 in Middle and Upper Schools|
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Heathwood offers experiences in theater, music, and visual art in all divisions. Arts are integrated into the academic curriculum, and creativity is stressed at all levels as an important twenty-first century skill.
The Visual Art Concentration continues Heathwood Hall’s long tradition of knowing each student and encouraging and recognizing the dedicated pursuit of excellence in each student’s areas of interest and passion. VAC students fulfill all of Heathwood Hall’s normal graduation requirements, but with increased Visual Art requirements and dedicated art-making time outside of class.
Dedicated Fine Arts building with three art studios, potters wheels, kiln, and music room. Auditorium and dedicated classrooms for middle and upper school drama, chorus, and band.
The Cafeteria prepares our foods from whole fresh ingredients, limiting the use of processed foods and avoiding products containing artificial colors, flavorings, M.S.G., preservatives, and high levels of sodium. We feature organic, local and Fair Trade fruits and vegetables as availability and pricing allows. Learn more and see upcoming menus here.
Heathwood offers bus transportation to many neighborhoods and cities in the midlands. Routes include in-town, Lexington, Orangeburg, and Camden. Bus fees are based on one-way or round-trip travel and the number of children per family being transported.
Accreditation and Affiliations
Southern Association of Independent Schools
National Association of Independent Schools
National Association of Secondary School Principals
Palmetto Association of Independent Schools
National Association for College Admission Counseling
National Association of Episcopal Schools