Hours of Operation

Students may begin entering classrooms at 7:50 a.m.
Students will have three (3) minutes between each class period.
Students will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. on HALF DAYS.

2015-2016 Standard Bell Schedule

High School

Middle School

Home Room 8:00 am - 8:05 am Home Room 8:00 am - 8:05 am
1st 8:05 am - 8:52 am 1st 8:05 am - 8:52 am
2nd 8:55 am – 9:42 am Break 8:52 am – 9:07 am
Break 9:42 am – 9:57 am 2nd 9:07 am – 9:54 am
3rd 9:57 am – 10:44 am 3rd 9:57 am – 10:44 am
4th 10:47 am – 11:34 am LUNCH 10:44 am – 11:14 am
LUNCH 11:34am - 12:04pm 4th 11:14 am - 12:01 am
5th 12:04 pm – 12:51 pm 5th 12:04 pm – 12:51 pm
6th 12:54 pm - 1:41 pm Break 12:51 pm - 1:01 pm
Break 1:41 pm – 1:51 pm 6th 1:01 pm – 1:48 pm
7th 1:51 pm – 2:38 pm 7th 1:51 pm – 2:38 pm     
8th 2:41 pm - 3:15 pm 8th 2:41 pm - 3:15 pm

 

A-DAY GOLD WEEK BELL SCHEDULE

High School

Middle School

1st 8:00-9:25 1st 8:00-9:25
2nd 9:25-10:50 Break 9:25-9:40
Break 10:50-11:05 2nd 9:40-11:05
3rd 11:05-12:30 Lunch 11:05-11:35
Lunch 12:30-1:00 3rd 11:35-12:57
4th 1:00-2:25 4th 1:00-2:25
Activity 2:28-3:15 Activity 2:28-3:15

B-DAY GOLD WEEK/EARLY DISMISSAL BELL SCHEDULE

High School

Middle School

5th 8:00-9:20 5th 8:00-9:20
Chapel 9:23-10:07 Chapel 9:23-10:07
6th 10:10-11:30 6th?RA 10:10-11:15
Break 11:30-11:45 Break 11:15-11:30
7th 11:45-1:00 7th 11:30-1:00

Overview of 6th - 12th Grade

At Shannon Forest Christian School our commitment to excellence is exceeded only by our commitment to Jesus Christ. Our college preparatory program provides a strong foundation in math, science, history and English. Advanced Placement courses in English, Music Theory, U.S. History, European History, Biology and Calculus are available to qualified students. Shannon Forest offers a full range of guidance services to assist students with the scheduling of courses, college applications, scholarship applications, standardized testing, transcripts, career exploration, and personal counseling.

  • Academic Calendar: Semesters
  • Average Class Size: 14
  • Student-Faculty Ratio: 10:1
  • Upper School Population: 241
  • Number of Upper School teachers: 25
  • Number of Upper School Teachers with Master's Degrees: 11 - Master's + 30: 4
  • Total years experience of Upper School Teachers: 360
  • Teaching Years at SFCS: 182
  • Total number of graduates (since 77): 977
  • Upper School Guidance Counselor: Daniel Norman, Katie Wood, and Brown Dunlap
  • College Counselor: Kathryn Taylor

Accreditations and Affiliations

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), Carolina Athletic Association (CAA), Greenville County Council of Teachers of Mathematics (GCCTM), National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), National Junior Honor Society (NJHS), National Honor Society (NHS) and The College Board.

Academic Excellence Class of 2015

TEST

SECTION

MIDDLE 50%

MEAN

STUDENTS TESTED

ACT Summary

English

22 - 27

24.2

 

ACT Summary

Math

20 - 25

22.6

 

ACT Summary

Reading

21 - 27

24.3

 

ACT Summary

Science Reasoning

18 - 25

22.4

 

ACT Summary

Composite

20 - 26

23.3

20

         

SAT Summary 2400

Critical Reading

430 - 580

526

 

SAT Summary 2400

Math

460 - 560

518

 

SAT Summary 2400

Writing

440 - 550

501

 

SAT Summary 2400

Total

1380 - 1660

1548

32

         

SAT Summary All (V/CR & Math Only)

Math

460 - 560

518

 

SAT Summary All (V/CR & Math Only)

Verbal/Critical Reading

430 - 580

523

 

SAT Summary All (V/CR & Math Only)

Total

890 - 1130

1040

32