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A school where children with dyslexia receive the attention and skills they need to master reading.

Lakes and Bridges Charter School meets the needs of children with dyslexia and related reading disorders in Upstate South Carolina by offering a multi-sensory curriculum and approach to teach reading skills.
 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

December 6

  • Monday Dress Theme - "LABCS School Spirit Day"

  • 5:30 - LABCS Board Meeting

 

December 7

 

December 9

 

December 10

  • $1 Denim/Dress Down Day (no leggings allowed unless the shirt is no shorter than 2" above the knee and no sweatpants are allowed) and/or $1 Hat Day

  • Chick-fil-A Biscuit Sales (these are only available by pre-order)

 

December 13

  • Monday Dress Theme - "Ugly Sweater Day"

 

December 14

 

December 15

  • Santa Shop

 

December 16

 

December 17

  • Half-Day - 12:00 Dismissal

  • $1 Denim/Dress Down Day (no leggings allowed unless the shirt is no shorter than 2" above the knee and no sweatpants are allowed) and/or $1 Hat Day

  • Chick-fil-A Biscuit Sales (these are only available by pre-order)

  • 11:30 - Homeroom Holiday Parties

 

December 20-December 31

  • NO SCHOOL

 

January 1

  • Open Enrollment Begins at 12:01 am and runs through 12:00 am on February 15 (the online application will be posted at 12:01 am on January 1)

 

January 3

  • School Resumes

CONTACT US

 

Lakes and Bridges Charter School

 

Mailing address

P.O. Box 1368

Easley, SC  29641

 

Physical address

1600 E. Main Street

Easley, SC 29640

 

Tel:   864-442-5580

Fax:  864-442-5577

email: labcharterschool@gmail.com

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Lakes and Bridges Charter School (LABCS) does not discriminate based on sex in education programs, school activities, admissions, and employment and is committed to promoting gender equity, preventing hostile environments based on sex, prohibiting sexual harassment/violence, ensuring protection from retaliation, and remedying other gender-based forms of discrimination in academic settings. Heidi Bishop, Principal, serves as the LABCS’s Title IX Coordinator.