Top-rated schools a hop, skip and a jump away.


Cane Bay is home to Cane Bay Elementary, Middle and High Schools. All three are top-rated schools within the well-respected Berkeley County School District. As the schools are in such close proximity to each other, the faculty has constant communication to ensure needs are being met and there’s an easy transition from school to school. An exciting new addition to the neighborhood is Berkeley Preparatory Academy, which is a tuition-free, public charter school proudly serving grades K-6.

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Cane Bay High School




Cane Bay High School opened in 2008 to serve grades 9 through 12. CBHS helps students develop the world class skills and life and career characteristics of the Profile of the Graduate by demonstrating high levels of achievement in academics, the arts, athletics and service. Highlights include:


  • Offers more CTE and AP Programs than most schools in the tri-county area.
  • Currently have academy partnerships with McElveen (Business & Marketing), Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union (Banking), Berkeley County Sherriff’s Office (Law Enforcement), Roper St. Francis Hospital (Health Science and Biomedical), plus now offering Intermediate Manufacturing with automaker, Volvo.
  • The Class of 2018 earned $6,321,000 in scholarships.
  • Earned recognition on a state and national level in Robotics, DECA and Student Council in 2018
  • In 2018, Cane Bay Athletics had four teams win region titles – competition cheer (also 3rd in the state), wrestling, baseball and boys soccer.
  • Cane Bay Drama Company was named the “Best of Berkeley” for the third straight year.
  • Agricultural/Forestry teacher, Kirk Richter, was recognized as State CTE Teacher of the Year in 2018.
  • English teacher, Nick Snyder, was in the top five finalists for State Teacher of the Year in 2108.
  • The National Teacher of the Year in 2013 was Cane Bay High’s very own Shelley Delpiaz.

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Cane Bay Middle School




Cane Bay Middle School opened its doors in the fall of 2012 and serves grades 5 through 8. The campus includes:


  • Interactive SMART TM Board technology in every classroom with Elmo Document Cameras.
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) ready technology for all classrooms including interactive SMART boards, mobile computing, and digital cameras
  • Gateway to Technology pre-engineering curriculum for all grades.
  • Credit bearing courses and Gifted and Talented curriculums in English, Mathematics, Foreign Language and Career and Technology Education.
  • Other academic extensions such as Robotics, Cyberpatriots, Trebuchet, and QUEST provide experiences beyond the classroom that engage students in genuine problem solving experiences.

Cane Bay Elementary

Cane Bay Elementary





Cane Bay Elementary opened in 2009 and offers pre-k through 4th grade. Highlights include:

  • In 2018 earned the Palmetto Gold Award for General Performance and the Palmetto Silver Award for Closing the Achievement Gap. This follows five years of earning Palmetto Gold or Silver in these categories.
  • Students participate in activities such as Boosterthon, Cardio Cubs, Jump Rope for Heart, Good News Club and citizenship and character education programs.
  • Cane Bay Elementary is a part of Berkeley County’s OneBerkeley Connects technology initiative, which allows all third and fourth grade students to utilize Chromebooks at school and at home.
  • The school was awarded the Arts in Basic Curriculum (ABC) Advancement Grant, which has assisted with the implementation of standards-based arts curricula and making the arts an integral part of daily classroom instruction.

Berkeley Preparatory Academy





Berkeley Preparatory Academy is a tuition free, public charter school currently serving grades K-6, growing one grade per year through 8th grade in 2023-24. The school offers a new style of teaching, as the school’s core is built upon a strong foundation of collaboration, differentiation, and Future Ready skills. The collaborative environment provides space and opportunities where inquiry learning and innovation can occur. All rooms are housed in a grade-level “community.”