Office of the Chancellor
Student Services at Royal Holloway School of the Arts are entrusted to the Office of the Chancellor. The Chancellor will oversee service learning and diversity programs; support the social and emotional wellbeing of students and provide guidance about ethics, values, relationships; and enhancing engagement with the broader school community. The Chancellor supports substance abuse awareness, supporting positive choices and personal responsibility, and work with programs to support the school community.
Student Services at Royal Holloway School of the Arts includes:
Food & Nutrition Services
Clubs & Organizations
Title I Programming
Community Service Initiatives
Suicide Resources & Prevention
Teen Pregnancy Resources & Prevention
Partners in Education
Food & Nutrition
Royal Holloway School of the Arts will offer balanced meal options for students and provide meals with fresh, locally grown produce. Meals and snacks at Royal Holloway School of the Arts will comply with the guidelines set by the South Carolina Department of Education and the National School Lunch & Breakfast programs. Royal Holloway will source foods locally or from the school garden and partner with the South Carolina Farm to School Program.
Royal Holloway School of the Arts is a uniform school with each student required to wear a uniform daily. Uniforms may be purchased from the school store or ordered online (picked at school).
Royal Holloway School of the Arts holds high the standard of professional attire. There are scholarship opportunities for students in low-income households.
Learn More: Why School Uniforms Matter
Royal Holloway School of the Arts will offer transportation services with stops in Spartanburg & Greenville counties. Transportation services are need-based and prioritized for students in low-income households.
Being selected for participation in an Honor Society shows that you are among the best students in your class - in terms of academics, leadership, service, and character. College admissions committees like to see anything that sets you apart as a top student, and this is one of them. RHSOA will offer the following honor societies:
The School Nurse helps all students with preventive care such as flu shots and vision and hearing screening, as well as acute and emergency care with the permission of the caretaker and in coordination with local health professionals. Royal Holloway School of the Arts will follow guidelines for school health set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
For students with chronic health conditions, the nurse works other health care providers to aid the daily management of their conditions. School health services staff also are responsible for coordinating care by communicating with the student’s family and health care providers so that they can stay healthy and ready to learn.
Source: CDC School Health Services
Acute & Emergency Care
Chronic Disease Management
Parent Resource Center
The Chancellor works to bridge communication between school and home by helping families get the information, support, and help needed to ensure academic success and maintain proper social and emotional growth.
Often, it is uncomfortable to share questions or concerns directly with another adult, but the Chancellor can listen to your concerns and work with you to make ensure progress. Good communication between home and school is important for student success! The Chancellor provides you a private link and another connection to your child’s school as well as the community.
Volunteers are our favorite kind of volunteer! Join us at anytime and jump right in where you see fit. Volunteer opportunities are updated regularly and will be place in a place with easy access.
Any individual looking to work as a volunteer must sign a Release of Responsibility Waiver and pass a Criminal Background Check ($25 Fee).
The Foster Grandparent Program provides grants to organizations with a dual purpose: to engage Americans 55 years and older in volunteer service and to provide one-on-one support to children with special needs to improve their academic, social, or emotional development. The volunteers in this program help children learn to read and provide one-on-one tutoring; mentor trouble teenagers and young mothers; care for premature infants or children with disabilities; help children who have been abused or neglected.
Learn More at: Foster Grandparent Program
PTA is the oldest and largest child advocacy association in America. Today’s PTA is comprised of more than 4 million parents, teachers, grandparents, caregivers, foster parents and other caring adults who share a commitment to improving the education, health, and safety of all children. We speak with one voice for every child.
PTA believes all students deserve the opportunity to take part in the arts, both in school and in the community. The arts can positively affect entire school culture—especially student motivation, attitudes, and attendance—which encourages students to stay in school, succeed in school, succeed in work, and succeed in life!
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