District 7 employees put their Power of ONE to work in support of our annual United Way campaign for 2022, paving the way for dozens of local nonprofits to receive support they desperately need. Superintendent Jeff Stevens said it was an honor to take part in this important effort and to witness the response of the entire D7 community. “When times are hard and pockets are stretched thin, there’s a strong belief in D7 that we help and lift each other up – I think you find that in a really special way here,” he said. "I could not be prouder of how our D7 family responded to this need. I'm truly blown away by the giving spirit across this community." Between the district’s support and staff contributions, the campaign raised over $54,000. This success is an important reminder that we all have power - power to change people’s lives and positively shape our community. As we reach out our hand to one, we influence the condition of all.
This is an exciting time in the life of Spartanburg District 7. With a new state-of-the-art high school that recently opened and a redesign of the former high school building to house a middle school – there’s tangible momentum across the District. In fact, a closer look reveals a long tradition of excellence and innovation throughout the decades. Honored as an Apple Distinguished Program following our progress with 1:1 technology, and selected as a member of the nation’s League of Innovative Schools – District 7 continues to earn regional and national visibility for its commitment to equity in education and its emphasis on the critical role of blended learning in today’s instruction. If you and your family are new to town, come take a look at our schools, meet our teachers and explore the wide range of opportunities available to our children throughout District 7. To learn more about placing your child in one of our schools, please visit the "I AM" section of our site.