Monday, May 25, 2015 3000 East Gap Creek Rd ⋄ Greer, SC 29651 ⋄ (864)355-5700 FAX (864)355-5725
  • Madison Calvert
  • Dalton Raines
  • Courtney Fox
  • Brianna Perez
  • Relay For Life
  • Relay For Life
  • Relay For Life
  • Kendall Cromer ACE Award Recipient
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ACE Award Recipient
This year’s ACE Awards go to Kendall Cromer and Harry McConnell. The awards go to one boy and one girl from each of Greenville County's public midde and high schools. Nominations come from teachers, parents, church leaders, and community leaders. Many of the nominees have participated in community service and volunteer activities. “Some of the nominees have overcome personal challenges in their young lives and strive to excel, even when the odds are against them," said school counselors, Lynn Edwards from Berea Middle and Jessica Fevrin from Blue Ridge High School. Congratulations Kendall and Harry! Pictured at left, Kendall with her mother, grandmother, and Mr. Murphy.

Congrats to the 2015-16 Student Council and Government
The following students were elected to serve on the GHS Student Council and Government for next year. Student Body President: Brooke Wade, Vice President: Madison Harvey, Student Affairs Coordinator: Avery Montemayor, Senior Representatives: Samantha Perez and Natalie Minor, Senior Class Vice President: Amy Yarborough, Sr. Class Secretary:Hannah Taylor, Sr. Class Representatives: Troy Pride and Madison Reynolds, Junior Class President: Emma Kate Rhymer, Jr. Class Vice President: Maddie Lewis, Secretary: Emilee Roberts, Representatives: Emma Cornell and Madison Adams, Sophomore Class President: Brady Henderson, Vice President: Hannah Perry, Secretary: Madison Perez, Representatives: Gabe Hannon and Makayla Watson

Greenville County Progress Report
Check out the district's flip book progress report here.

Relay for Life Activities

Greer High School's Leo Club, Service Learning class and Beta Club participated in Relay for Life at Dooley Field Friday night. The theme was Disney and the students decorated the tent to represent Alice in Wonderland. Our group sold Coach Green's BBQ and raised over $900.00 for RFL. Thank you to everyone that bought shirts and participated in this year's very successful event!!

Snow Day Excused!
Students attending Greenville County Schools will not have to make up the fourth day they missed earlier in the year due to snow and icy conditions following action by the Greenville County School Board to forgive the missed school day.

GHS Art Winners
Congratulations to the following Greer High art students who won awards at the 2015 Greenville County High School Art Exhibition at the Artisphere Festival. Madison Calvert-Honorable Mention in the Drawing Category, Courtney Fox- 2nd place in the Rising Stars category, Brianna Perez- 3rd place in the Mixed Media Category, Dalton Raines- 1st place in the Painting Category​,
Micaelyn Russell and Alexa Rosenfelds works were chosen as the Sponsor's Top Ten award. See photos at left. 

Summer School Information
Summer School Information. Go to School Counselor's web page

USC Summer Scholarship
Looking for something exciting to do this summer? Check out these summer offerings from USC. 

Senior Scoop - May 13, 2015
Check out the latest Senior Information flyer.  Important dates included. 

Exam Schedule
Access second semester exam schedule here. 

Summer Opportunities
Check out the Summer Programs webpage under student tab for educational and fun pportunities this summer and beyond. New items added regularly! 

Universal Free Breakfast Program
Greer High School has been selected to participate in the Universal Free Breakfast Program.  This allows breakfast to be served at no charge to all students. There will be no changes to our breakfast service by implementing Universal Free Breakfast. Our menus, meal times and locations will remain the same; the only difference is all students will eat for free. Research shows that students who eat a good breakfast tend to perform better in school, have better attendance, and exhibit fewer behavior problems. In addition, students who eat a good breakfast develop healthy eating habits, visit the school nurse less frequently, and are less likely to be obese. Despite the benefits of breakfast, for a variety of reasons, many kids aren't able to eat a healthy breakfast at home in the morning. Any questions about the Universal Free Breakfast Program may be directed to Cafeteria Manager Christi Mills at 355-5708.