• Academics

    The faculty and administration of Clover Middle School are dedicated to inspiring and mentoring their students as they strive to develop the skills necessary for success in middle school and beyond. Parental participation and support are integral in ensuring that our students leave CMS prepared for high school, college, and life.  

     

    Please check out some of the Informational Sites listed to assist you in helping your child(ren) become prepared for success. Also, be sure to follow your child on Canvas to stay better informed of his/her progress.

  • Informational Sites

    Duke TIP

    Duke TIP stands for Talent Identification Program and is sponsored by Duke University.  Students are identified based on standardized test scores taken in elementary or middle school.  When students are enrolled, they are encouraged to take the SAT or ACT college entrance exam in the seventh grade.  Enrollment for Duke TIP begins in August. 

    http://www.tip.duke.edu/

     South Carolina Governor's School for Arts and Humanities

    This site provides information about the SC Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities.

    http://scgsah.org

    South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Math

    This site provides information about the SC Governor's School for Science and Math.

    http://www.scgssm.org/goscitech

    National Association for Gifted Children

    This is a site designed to help support the needs of high potential learners.

    http://www.nagc.org

    The College Board

    Find colleges, learn about financial aid and use expert college planning tools.

    http://www.collegeboard.org

    Organization: Advice for Parents

    Tips and strategies to help your child get organized and stay organized.

    https://www.teachervision.com/education-and-parents/teaching-methods/3676.html

     

    Helping Your Child With Homework

    Tips and strategies to help your child with homework.

    https://www.teachervision.com/teacher-parent-conferences/homework/5144.html

    SC Junior Scholars Program

    The South Carolina Junior Scholars Program was developed by the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) during the 1985-86 school year to identify eighth grade students with exceptional academic talent and to develop strategies for inclusion into special programs.

    http://ed.sc.gov/newsroom/scholarships/sc-junior-scholars-program/