We are dedicated to providing our students with a strong educational foundation, that will prepare them for the next level of academic advancement. We offer programs from ages 6 weeks to 12 years of age. Here is a list of programs offered at HPCDC.
Infant/ Toddler Program
(7:00 am - 7:00 pm)
Our Infant/ Toddler Program is designed for children ages 6 weeks to 3 years old. We believe it is important to build a child's self-confidence, character, and intellectual being at an early age. Infants and toddlers explore their environment which helps to shape their values and help them learn to work and play with others.
(7:00 am - 3:00 pm)
Our Preschool Program is offered to potty-trained children ages 3 to 5 years old. Our goal is to prepare these students to enter kindergarten at or above grade level. The preschool program incorporates a spiritual foundation along with a high level of academic learning. It is important for us to build little citizens with stellar character traits. HighScope Curriculum is used with our preschoolers. This curriculum incorporates Math, Science, Phonetics, Reading, Writing, and Creative Arts. STEM activities are also implemented within the program.
Virtual School Assistance Program
(7:00 am - 3:00 pm)
Our Virtual School Assistance Program is offered for children grades Kindergarten to 6th grade. It provides families a safe and secure place for their children to complete virtual school. It aims to ensure children remain focused and on task throughout the virtual school day as well as providing them with basic educational assistance when needed. When live sessions are over, students participate in grade-appropriate enrichment activities that align with the Charleston County School curriculum.
(3:00 pm - 7:00 pm)
Our Extended Day is offered to school-aged children up to the 6th grade. The program is an enrichment program that focuses on building students' social, emotional, and academic skills. Students are assessed to determine subjects where after school coaches can better assist the students. A typical afternoon begins with a nutritional snack, completion of homework assignments, and then individual academically focused areas. Students are also able to participate in various centers and physical activities.