Officials with the state Attorney General and Secretary of State offices say their inquiries into Strive to Excel continue.
Strive to Excel, a nonprofit mentoring organization that long operated out of Hilton Head Island High School, closed in December and officially dissolved in January following months of controversy over the organization’s finances and lack of oversight.
Strive has been cited for violations of the state’s Solicitation of Charitable Funds Act, and was asked to resubmit corrected federal tax forms to the Secretary of State to avoid fines.
The organization filed amended tax forms, but spokeswoman Renee Daggerhart has not said whether the organization is in compliance.
In January, the attorney general requested financial documents and other materials from Strive to Excel.
Mark Plowden, spokesman for the attorney general, said the matter was still under review by that office.