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The 23-24 Reflections Art Program is Underway!


Reflections is an arts recognition and achievement program sponsored by the National PTA. Students are encouraged to SUBMIT original works of art by December 15th in one or more of the following categories: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Musical Composition, Photography or Visual Arts.

All Sterling/CTC students can participate!

Participation is organized by division:

Primary: PreK-Grade 2
Intermediate: Grade 3-5
Middle School: Grade 6-8

Student works are critiqued against others in the same division. This allows recognition and judging of artworks by appropriate developmental age and skill levels.


Students may submit multiple entries but a new submission must be made for each entry. Be sure to use a parent email, not district issued student email. State winners will be notified through email and students may not be able to receive emails from outside sources, including PTA. Entries can only be submitted electronically. Rules & Guidelines.

Please contact Reflections co-chairs, TJ Jaconetti or Jagy with any questions.

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Griffin NewsOur Griffin News Team provides late-breaking and current events for all of Sterling School by a new team composed of talented 7th and 8th graders. We pride ourselves on delivering the facts truthfully and efficiently; ensuring that our viewers get daily information regarding school-wide events without bias. You can count on GRIFFIN NEWS on Youtube to not just deliver the news, but also heartwarming stories of the students and the staff here at Sterling School. 


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Sterling School named 2023 National Blue Ribbon School

National Blue Ribbon WinnerU.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona today announced Sterling School among the 353 National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2023. The recognition is based on the school’s overall academic excellence or its progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.

“This is an incredible achievement for the students, staff and community at Sterling School,” said Superintendent Dr. W. Burke Royster. “Their commitment to student achievement and ability to foster growth have created a successful learning environment deserving of this national recognition. Sterling school sets the bar for Greenville County Schools, schools in South Carolina and schools across the country.” Read More About This Award.