Second semester is getting underway and the faces at SOA are changing. We would like to congratulate the seven students who returned to their home schools. It is our sincere desire to see them do well in their new setting and progress on toward high school graduation. We would also like to welcome the new students arriving at SOA. We stand ready to work with all students and their parents to help them be successful academically and socially. We are looking forward to a great second semester.
Each Thursday morning, students at the Saluda Opportunity Academy volunteer at the Saluda Senior Center. Students prepare packages of frozen meals that will be delivered to citizens around the county. This opportunity gives middle and high school students the chance to serve others and to see some of the services provided by the Senior Center. This is the fourth year the students have worked in cooperation with the Senior Center.
HOMEBOUND SERVICES - The district provides homebound services (i.e.; short –tern, long-term, and intermittent) to students who meet the requirements, due to medical issues. Services are provided to assist students who are unable to attend class for documented medical reasons. To inquire about homebound services, contact the Homebound Coordinator at your child’s school.