The 3 acre lot and former Native American burial mound site that comprise the grounds of SMCC is nestled in the foothills of the Cherokee National Forest at the end of Pig Trot Road just off Hwy 9 next to the Arvil Nimbly place. Through the peace and quiet, the sun filters through the tall surrounding pines, reflecting gently off the aluminum walls and you can almost hear students learning.
Amidst pristine forests, you'll witness all the beauty and majesty nature has to offer. Take a stroll between classes, and you might just glimpse a 10-point buck prancing through the forest. It'll make you wish you had your crossbow with you!