PACE CHARTER SCHOOL

Providing comprehensive educational experience integrating educational curricula with therapy

Our History

PACE Charter School opened its doors on August 18, 2010, offering educational, team-based academics and pediatric therapy and rehabilitation for children with multiple and severe disabilities spanning from Kindergarten through age 21.

Who We Are

Pattison's Academy for Comprehensive Education, or PACE, is a public charter school sponsored by Charleston County School Districts. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for children with multiple disabilities by providing a comprehensive education program that integrates educational curricula with functional rehabilitation.

Collaborative and Intensive

Students participate in community-based instruction, field trips, and intensive functional therapy services not typically offered in a public schools or traditional medical facilities. The combined education and intensive therapy program offers a student and parent-friendly environment designed to deliver maximum benefit

Contact PACE

PACE Charter School
Laura Del Duca, Principal
laura.delduca@pattisonsacademy.org

Thoughts From Our Families

“PACE has given my child the ability to explore the world through field trips and recreational activities like water parks, plays, horseback riding, museums etc. PACE has allowed me to be able to have a regular job.” 

Melissa Kelly, Madi’s Mom

“As a family, PACE has been a spirit lifter for us all that she has her place to grow. PACE has allowed us to feel not only satisfied, but excited about her school experience. We know that she is receiving the best in special education at PACE.”

Mrs. Kay, Aaliyah's Mom

“PACE has afforded our daughter the opportunity to be the best little person she can be and perform to the best of her ability.” 

Christine & Dale Middleton