About This School
In 2010, Mead Hall Episcopal School had 7 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The South Carolina average is 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Mead Hall Episcopal School Reviews
too much emphasis on religion vs. education
Mead Hall "took over" our school, Aiken Preparatory School, in 2012. As Aiken Prep had not been a religious school, having MH come in and force their religion upon these newly acquired AP students was disconcerting. My daughter's 11th grade year, I took her out of school for lunch on the weekly chapel day, as my email requests for her to stay in study hall during this time were ignored.. At the end of that year, right after my daughter was inducted into the National Honor Society, we were called into the Head of School's office and informed that if she didn't go to chapel her senior year, they would expel her. SHE WAS THE VALEDICTORIAN. This school shows no respect for their students beliefs if they were not the same as their own. They were perfectly willing to destroy my daughter's future, in an effort to force her to go to their chapel every week. She is now finishing HS online & taking college classes. Sadly will not graduate with her friends of the past 6 years, receive the Valedictorian scholarship or have that distinction on her diploma. However, she is finishing HS online (needed one credit) and taking MUCH more challenging classes at the local college than Mead Hall could offer. So, better education her senior year, but no cap and gown with her friends. That really IS sad after we moved from out of the country for Aiken Prep.