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Extra! Extra! The Daily Bark!


League's student newspaper, The Daily Bark, is now being regularly published online. The Daily Bark is a great way to stay informed and up-to-date about events school-wide. You can get to The Daily Bark link from the League Academy's homepage. And don’t forget to follow our Instagram, @leaguedailybark.


2018-19 Magnet Information



Applications: Copies are available in League's main office and at

Deadline: Applications for Round #1 must be received at League no later than noon on Dec. 4, 2018.

Sibling Policy: Siblings of current 6th and 7th grade magnet students who will return to League during the 2019-2020 school year are eligible for priority seating only during Round #1. Siblings must submit an application and earn a qualifying score to be eligible. Seating will be based on space availability.

Home Based Students Who Move: Home based students who move outside of League's attendance zone before the 2019-2020 school year begins must submit an application and earn a qualifying score to be eligible to return. Seating will be based on space availability. Parents may submit an application during Round #1 even if they have not yet moved to a new address.

Home Based Students: Current 6th and 7th grade students who remain in League's attendance zone will be automatically assigned to League and do not need to submit applications.

Need Additional Information? Contact Elaine Donnan or  Mary Clare Hadsell

Weekly Update 11.12

Good Afternoon, League Academy! I hope you have all enjoyed a beautiful fall weekend! I can’t believe we are getting ready for Thanksgiving. It seems this year is going by faster than years past. We have a busy week this week at League!

We are celebrating some amazing 8th grade students on Tuesday night at our 2018 Beta Club Induction! As a National School of Distinction from the National Junior Beta Club, we turn out a large amount of Beta Club students each year. Our Beta Club Induction will be Tuesday night at 6:00. Congratulations to all of our 8th grade Beta Club students!

Please join us this Thursday evening for our Fall Theatre Production of Small Actors. The show will begin at 6:30- it is sure to be a full house! Admission is $3.00 and proceeds go to to the League Academy Theatre Department. If you have never seen a theatre production at League, you must come! You will not be disappointed.

I would like to remind everyone that Thanksgiving Break is Wednesday, November 21-23.

As we begin to move towards Thanksgiving, I would like to let you all know how thankful I am for this League Academy community. I feel so incredibly supported by our community, our parents, and our teachers and staff. Thank you all for being active in your student’s education as well as our school.

Have a great week this week and a very Happy Thanksgiving next week.

Mary Leslie Anderson


League Academy Food Drive


We will be having a food drive to collect items for our backpack program from now until Thanksgiving break.  Each grade has been assigned certain items to ensure we have the necessary variety.

6th grade- breakfast items (instant oatmeal, mini boxes of dry cereal, granola bars)

7th grade- snack items (crackers, trail mix, apple sauce, etc)

8th grade- lunch items (easy mac, soup, chef Boyardee)


The C3 on each team who collects the most food will earn donuts from PTA and the grade who collects the most will earn an extra day of outside time during C3.

Parents! Sign Up for Mrs. Anderson's Remind 101

League Parents! Please sign up for Mrs. Anderson's Principal Messages on Remind 101! 

Parent Literacy Night was a SUCCESS

For those of you who missed our Parent Literacy Night this week, here is a sneak peak of one of our presentations from Mrs. Barwick on Digital Literacy! 

League Academy Business Partners

New Business Partner Program


We are jump starting a much needed Business Partnership Program with our League Families and  local businesses.  This year we are looking to focus on a "Business Partner of the Week", where we would focus on advertising your business (and your business alone) during the school week.  (Note that we also like the idea of 2 - 3 businesses also pairing up to be co-partners of the week).  The goal being to really spotlight all attention on ONE SINGLE business everyday for a solid week. 


What businesses will get...

  • 3 x 5 Vinyl banner in the car line with your logo/business   Only one banner displayed on our Business Partner of the Week Wall...with no other logos appearing during that week.
  • Advertising on our our push text messages (Remind), Facebook, hallway projector, and on the PTA and website.
  • We would encourage businesses to provide any swag, flyers, business cards, discount coupons, etc. that we can help hand-out during that week.
  • Listed on all Program Inserts handed out during events (Orchestra, Drama, Choir Performances)

We are looking for a $250 contribution to make this happen.  And again, if you know another business that you'd like to work with, you could pair up to share that $250.  If you are interested, please contact Cady Johnson via email at or via phone/text at 864-630-0221.


Go Bulldogs!

League Academy Student Dress Code


League Academy Dress Code Policy 2018-2019


In accordance with Greenville County School District’s Policy JCDAF,

Greenville County School District students are expected to dress and be groomed in such a way as to not distract or cause disruption in the educational program or orderly operation of the school.  Personal appearance of students should promote health and safety, contribute to a climate conducive to teaching and learning, and project a positive image of the District to the community.  Students should dress for the educational setting and not the recreational one.  The principal may create further guidelines regarding student dress, which are consistent with this policy. Clothing and/or accessories that advertise drugs, alcohol, weapons, anything suggestively profane, obscene, racial, and illegal or gang/neighborhood related—may not be worn or brought to school.  Items that violate the dress code policy may be confiscated.

In order to promote safety and an educational environment students at League Academy:


  • Must wear the school ID at all times on campus.
  • The length of shorts, skirts, dresses must meet the length of a student’s ID above the knee. This applies to when a student is wearing leggings and/or tights.
  • May not wear head coverings including: bandanas, hats, caps, toboggans, earmuffs. Hoods on coats, shirts, or sweat shirts may not be worn over the head while in the building.
  • Sunglasses covering the eyes may not be worn in the building or classroom.
  • No tube tops, halter tops, or spaghetti strap tops may be worn. Sleeveless jerseys should be worn with a t-shirt underneath.
  • Undergarments should not be visible at any time.
  • Blankets are not to be used to stay warm while in the building. They are to be left home.


The administration will make the final judgment on the appropriateness of clothing and/or appearance and reserves the right to prohibit students from wearing any articles of clothing or items which lead to or may foreseeably result in the disruption of or interference with the school environment.


Consequences for Dress Code Violation:

Send student to Mrs. Fowler to pick up a change of clothing and/or to call a parent. 

  1. Student will receive a warning from a teacher or administrator. [First Violation]
  2. A parent or guardian will be contacted. [Second Violation]
  3. Student will receive a referral for dress code violation and refusal to obey. A parent or guardian will be contacted and student may be suspended. 

Any consequences for violations beyond the third will be determined by the administration based on the student’s overall compliance with the student conduct code.