A South Carolina teacher who was accused of having a sexual relationship with an underage student received $100,000 bail during a court appearance in Charleston on Tuesday.

Jennifer Danielle Olajire-Aro, 27, of Devlin Road on Johns Island, was charged with one count of sexual battery with a student 16 or 17 years of age, the court records stated. ABC affiliate WCIV reported the relationship between Olajire-Aro and the student lasted several months before the teenager notified Burke High School Officials.

Olajire-Aro, a native of Dallas, was arrested Monday and appeared with her attorney J. Kevin Holmes of Charleston in Charleston County Bond court where the victim’s family was also gathered, reported local newspaper the Post and Courier.

She was ordered by the judge to not have any contact with the victim, his family or students of the school. Olajire-Aro was also told she could not leave the state without permission from the 9th Circuit Solicitor's Office.

Post and Courier, citing Olajire-Aro’s attorney, reported she taught pre-calculus and algebra at the school the student attended and had a master's degree from the University of Texas in education. She did not have any prior criminal record and no disciplinary actions were ever taken against her until the current accusations surfaced, Holmes said. She also received awards for her teaching.

Her family was flying in from Texas but their flight was delayed and they did not make it in time for the hearing, Holmes said.

"She is married," he said about Olajire-Aro. "Her husband is a student at the Medical University of South Carolina (in) the residency program. She has a 10-month-old baby, a girl."

Olajire-Aro was also the coach of Burke's tennis team, Holmes said.

"This is her first year of employment with Charleston County School District ... she is on paid administrative leave," according to a statement by Andy Pruitt, a district spokesman, Live5News reported.

The victim's mother, who was not named, gave a tearful statement during the hearing.

"She is an awesome teacher but she is a hellacious person for what she did," the mother said. "He is 17, 17. He is not an adult. ... Emotionally, he is not ready for this. I'm not ready for the texts, the phone calls, the comments."

According to an affidavit, Olajire-Aro engaged in "an intimate and sexual relationship with her 17-year-old male student," between November and December at her residence and other locations in Charleston on three different occasions.

The victim told another teacher about the encounters, who reported it to authorities and the school administration.

"Ultimately, Ms. Aro confessed to the sexual encounters with the student," the affidavit said.

"The incidents occurred off campus," Charleston Police spokesman Charles Francis said. She was being held in the Al Cannon Detention Center and the investigation was ongoing.