All-State Orchestra Selects Students

Congratulations to the following students who made it into the South Carolina All State Orchestra:

1st Violin: Hannah Choi

2nd Violin: Shohom Saha

Viola: Agastya Gupta, 1st Chair

Cello: Benjamin Webb

They will be performing at Spartanburg High School on February 27th


Students Selected for Region Band

Congratulations to the following students who made it into theGreenville All County Band:

1st Chair Oboe: Charlotte Metcalf

1st Chair Bassoon: Adam Weeks

1st Chair Clarinet: Nicholas Hu

8th Chair Clarinet: Aditya Harikumar

16th Chair Clarinet: Kevin Antani

22nd Chair Clarinet: Alex Abrams

11th Chair Trumpet: Jeremiah Campbell

They will be participating in a clinic on February 10th-11th and performing a concert on February 11th at Riverside High School.


Sterling School Jr. Beta Participates in Virtual Convention

The Sterling School Jr. Beta Clubs participated in the Jr. Beta South Carolina State Convention. We hosted an in-school convention in December for our virtual participants to create a convention experience! We are so proud of all of our Jr. Betas who competed, and we would like to congratulate the following students who placed at the state level:

Elementary:

Book Battle Team: 4th Place [Aadi Agnihotri, Charlie Blacklock, William Barrett (grade 5)]
Creative Writing: 2nd Place [Olivia Barham (grade 5)]
Language Arts: 2nd Place [Sanvi Somanchi (grade 5)]
Math: 3rd Place [Graden Miller (grade 5)]
Poetry: 1st Place [Selah Carlson (grade 5)]
Science: 1st Place [Logan Poor (grade 5)]
Social Studies: 3rd Place [Kanishk Gupta (grade 5)]

Middle School:

Creative Writing: 4th Place [Grace Dredge (grade 7)]
Language Arts: 4th Place [Prathiksha Raguram (grade 8)]
Math: 2nd Place [Brandon Xu (grade 8)]
Poetry: 2nd Place [Darby Burdette (grade 7)]
Science: 3rd Place [Ryan Alioua (grade 8)]
Social Studies: 4th Place [Anthony Manavalan (grade 7)]


Sterling School to Host Read-A-Thon!

WHY: Read-a-thons actually get your reader excited about reading and it gives friends and family the opportunity to encourage your child to read even more.
WHEN: Read-a-thon will start Tuesday, February 1, 2022.
GETTING STARTED: About one week before our Read-A-Thon starts, a flyer will go home with instructions on how to activate your reader's personal page. This is where you will be able to view and record their progress. To activate your reader’s account today by following these simple instructions.

We've chosen Read-A-Thon because without taking much of your time, your child now has one more reason to read and a program to support and strengthen their reading development.

We hope EVERYONE participates.


3RD-5TH GRADE: GIRLS ON THE RUN REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

Registration is now open for all 3rd-5th grade students! The season will begin on February 15th and practice will be held after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30p.m. - 4:00p.m.

On April 23rd, we will hold an end-of-season 5K at Furman University! Our end-of-season 5K is a non-competitive community event that celebrates the hard work and dedication of our girls during the 8-week season.

Through our program, girls explore valuable lessons such as:

Standing up for themselves and others
Being a standbyer instead of a bystander
Practicing empathy, inclusion and acceptance

There is one thing you can count on: Girls on the Run is here for her! By signing her up for our program, you are giving her the opportunity to connect with other girls in our community in an inclusive and empowering space.

Over 8-weeks, your girl will meet with her peers 2 times per week (Tues & Thurs) to review our research-based lessons that incorporate physical activity in a fun and engaging way. She will connect with girls, build healthy habits and stay physically active! Take-home journals will also allow for every girl to connect to the lessons, explore her thoughts and exercise her mind. Trained coaches use a research-based curriculum to help girls develop critical life skills that they can use at school, at home or with friends. GOTR encourages girls to set goals for themselves and work toward them during each practice! This program is an excellent example of supporting the #WholeChild!

Connection and teamwork build confident and resilient girls. By registering her for the upcoming Spring season, you are giving her the opportunity to thrive, grow and flourish.


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Middle School Yearbooks are now on sale for $40. 

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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Elementary School Yearbooks are now on sale for $25

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