Aiken Elementary Home Page
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As a reminder, our individual school web pages will continue to link back to School Fusion (hosted at this site) until the start of the new school year when all school-related pages will make the transition to our new web platform.
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áAiken Elementary School is a pre-K-5th grade school with a total enrollment of over 800 students.á Aiken Elementary School is currently designated as a Title One school.á There are 60 certified faculty members to serve the students of Aiken Elementaryá and 16 other staff members who assist with the day to day instruction in the classrooms.á Our school currently ranks as one of the top schools in the nation and the state.á We are located in the beautiful and historic town of Aiken, SC.

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Aiken Elementary School has a long history of providing excellence in education for the school children of Aiken, South Carolina.á The school was founded in 1890 as a private school known as the Aiken Institute. The Aiken Institute was acquired by the Aiken County School District and later became a public school serving students in all grades.á In 1937, a new public high school was built and the older students moved áfrom The Aiken Institute to the new facility. This new building later housed Aiken Junior High and eventually became Laurens Street Elementary. At this time, The Aiken Institute became known as Aiken Elementary School.á Both the Laurens Street and Aiken Elementary buildings became obsolete as elementary schools and in 1986 a state of the art facility was built. Laurens Street and Aiken Elementary student bodies and faculties were combined and began classes in the new school in April of 1986.á In 1990, the old Aiken Elementary School, formally known as The Aiken Institute, became the Aiken County Public Library.

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