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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Are students offered a hot lunch?

Popular family dining restaurants deliver quality lunches to the school daily. The lunch service features an online ordering and credit card payment system which adds to the convenience of the program.

Does COK-SM have a bus?

Buses are available for an additional fee to families that live on Daniel Island, Park West, Dunes West, Hamlin Plantation, Rivertowne and Brickyard.

Is there after school care?

The After-School Program (ASP) is available to all students from kindergarten through eighth grade. The ASP provides a safe and fun environment for the children to enjoy a snack, do homework, and take part in indoor and outside activities.

 

After school fees:

Children picked-up before 4 p.m. - $5 per child

Children picked-up after 4 p.m. but before 6 p.m. – $10 per child

Children picked up after 6 p.m. - $5 per each additional 10 minutes

4K students are offered an extended day option that will extend their day until 2:50 p.m.

Do I need to purchase books and supplies?

Books and supplies are included in the tuition.   Supplies and books are provided to the student on the first day of school.  The only exceptions to this are books for high school level courses.

What is the religion curriculum?

Religion is a core course which is scheduled daily for all students. Students study the foundation, history, beliefs and practices of Catholic Christianity. First through eighth graders attend Mass, which is celebrated on Wednesday mornings. Other opportunities for spiritual growth include the sacrament of Reconciliation during Advent and Lent, the Stations of the Cross, May Procession, and prayer at the opening and closing of the school day.

Students are also encouraged to support community agencies dedicated to assisting others who are in need, such as Holy Childhood Association, East Cooper Community Outreach and the Ronald McDonald House. They also visit nursing homes, write to the home-bound, and adopt families at Thanksgiving and Christmas.