NaviGator Families,

Welcome back to another exciting school year! As the School Leader at Lowcountry Leadership Charter School, I am thrilled to be beginning this new academic year with a sense of pride and accomplishment. Our previous year was one of incredible growth and achievement, and I am confident that we will continue to build on our successes in the coming year.

Last year we were recognized as a Platinum School of Excellence, a testament to the hard work and dedication of our entire school community. It is truly an honor to receive such recognition, and I am proud of each and every student, teacher, staff member, and parent who contributed to this achievement, and we can’t wait to strive for a Schools of Excellence Award yet again!

As we begin this new year, I would like to express my gratitude to each and every member of our school community. Your support and partnership are invaluable to us, and I look forward to working together to build an even stronger and more successful school. Here's to another great year at Lowcountry Leadership Charter School!

Welcome to 23-24, NaviGators! 

Ms. Julianne Lang

School Leader, Lowcountry Leadership Charter School


Based on the school-wide curriculum goals that reflect the mission statement, a uniquely designed innovative curriculum framework provides the structure upon which meaningful and engaging lessons and activities are based for every grade. This framework is balanced with quarterly focuses and supporting Project Based Learning (PBL) activities, all aligned with the SC Academic Standards. Quarterly focuses include Lowcountry Regional Awareness, Environmental Issues and Stewardship, the Arts, and Debate/Collaborate/Negotiate, each of which is taught through three PBL projects reflecting a specific theme.

A natural benefit of K through 12 learning is seamless education.  Seamless education provides students with a predictable learning environment where school-wide policies and programs are strategically modified to maintain efficiency and effectiveness for all grade levels. Age appropriate expectations, consequences, and rewards are tailored for elementary, middle, and high school students.


The mission of Lowcountry Leadership Charter School is to provide a safe, exceptional academic environment that cultivates independent learning, character enrichment, and regional awareness while developing accountable leaders, community stewards, and diverse thinkers through project-based experiences.


The vision of Lowcountry Leadership Charter School is to develop an intrinsic desire and purpose within our students, that will nurture confidence for authentic leadership opportunities to investigate, collaborate, and resolve issues of inquiry, involving all academic disciplines and extracurricular and athletic activities, within an atmosphere of encouragement steeped in high expectations and natural rewards, thereby yielding healthy, well-rounded, moral, accountable, and compassionate advocates of human rights, national resources, independent means, and civic responsibility. 

Our commitment to accomplish this vision is based on the following beliefs: 


The focus of Lowcountry Leadership Charter is developing leaders through project-based experiences.

LLCS is accredited by the State Department of Education and by SACS through AdvancEd.

LLCS serves students eligible to attend SC Public Schools for grades K5 - 12th.   Space limitation is the only barrier to entry.  There are no tests or entrance exams to apply.