East Link Academy receives Excellent ratings - again!
21-22 SC School Report Cards Released
For the first time since the pandemic, SC has released report cards for its public schools.
East Link Academy received 2 report cards - one for elementary and one for middle school.
Overall Rating: ELA Elementary - Excellent (71) - View Report Card
Overall Rating: ELA Middle School - Excellent (95) - View Report Card
#1 Best Public Elementary School in South Carolina - Niche.com!
Have you heard the news? East Link Academy has been ranked the #1 best public elementary school in SC on Niche.com. With dedicated teachers, low class sizes and supportive parents, we are able to help students achieve high performance on standardized assessments.
Even through COVID restrictions in 2020-2021, our students outperformed the SC Public Charter School District schools, our surrounding school district and the State in both Math and Reading.
If you are interested in providing your child with an A+ education while also learning another language, visit our Enrollment Page.
East Link Academy: Highest Performing Elementary School in SC
(Greenville, SC, February 10, 2020) In its first year as a charter school, East Link Academy (ELA) accomplished what no other first-year charter school has done – it ranked #1 in the state based on state assessment results. As a public charter school, ELA students are required to participate in the State Department of Education’s SCREADY and SCPASS assessments. SCREADY is administered to students in grades 3-8 for English reading, writing and mathematics. SCPASS is administered to 4th grade students only for science. In its first year of state assessments, its students’ scores placed them #1 in the state for both traditional and charter elementary and middle schools, with 96.7% scoring met or exceed in English or math and 100% scoring met or exceed in science. In addition to earning an “Excellent” rating on its report card, ELA also received the State’s Palmetto Silver award.
"We are so excited for this recognition. Our mission is to provide a bilingual (Mandarin-English) education to non-native speakers and produce global leaders. So in a school where students spend at least half of their day in a Mandarin-speaking environment, for them to also make gains in their content classes is truly amazing. We focus on the individual learner and their needs, and with strong support from their families, students strive to achieve both academic and language proficiency, ' Dana Hutto, Head of School.