Wednesday, September 17, 2014 3000 East Gap Creek Road * Greer, South Carolina 29651 * (864)355-5700 * Guidance Department 355-5704 * Athletic Director 355-2584
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Upcoming Events


Winning TD from Union Game
The Greer Yellow Jackets came from behind to defeat the Union Yellow Jackets in the annual "Yellow Jacket Bowl" in Union 28-22. It was a dramatic final play, 41 yard TD pass from Mario Cusano to Zecharria Glidden on a fourth and twenty yard, last second miracle.  Click here to read the article in the Greenville News and see pictures.  Click here to see winning TD during Union Game

Pom Poms!

Cheerleaders are selling black and gold pom poms for $2 each or 2 for $3.  They will be sold at home games, or stop by Ms. Brooks' classroom.  Show your Jacket Spirit!

Jacket Sweatshirts for Sale
Crew Neck Sweatshirts for Sale! Perfect for cheering on our Jackets in colder weather.  Show your school spirit. For purchasing, see Mrs. Septon or a junior class officer. $20 and available in sizes S - 2XL


Southeast Aviation Expo
South Carolina Aviation Assocation is hosting a trade show at the Greenville Downtown Airport on September 26-27, 2014. Beginning at 10:00 am there are workshops and events such as large aircrafty systems (Boeing 737), Air Traffic Control Q&A, Aircraft Ownership, and Learning to fly. Check the attached poster for all events. Cost is $5 for adults and  children under 15 and students with IDs free. SAE poster  coupon

Military Academy Day 2014
Saturday, September 27 in Columbia students in grades 8-12 are invited to attend and learn more about life at a Service Academy as well as the application and nomination process. RSVP by September 19 - email: Seating is limited. Hosted by US Senator Lindsey Graham in partnership with the SC Congressional Delegation.

Honeywell Leadership Academy

Follow this link for information: Honeywell Leadership Challenge  Academy  Students must be in high school and between the ages of 16-18 and have a parent that works full-time at Honeywell. The program pays for lodging and meals, but students are responsible for incidental costs and transportation to the US Space Center in Huntsville, Alabama for a week in February. The emphasis is on STEM project based learning (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). Deadline is October 20, 2014. 


PSAT/SAT Workshop

Clemson University’s Charles H. Houston Center will host a PSAT/SAT workshop on Sept. 20.
Read the entire news release at:


Senior Ad Information
Senior Ad information for yearbooks is due October 15. See attached forms for more information. Information  Form

College Sessions

Any seniors interested in attending Clemson University, College of Charleston, or The University of South Carolina are invited to attend several information sessions throughout the state.  Please sign up for one of these sessions at  See your counselor if you have questions or need assistance signing up!


Greenville County College Fair
Greenville County College Fair will be held September 22-23 at the TD Convention Center.  Meet admission representatives from colleges and universities from across the country. Learn about college majors, extra-curricular offerings, the admission process, and much more.Discover how to find the right college fit for you.

Senior Makeup Pictures
Senior Makeup Pictures will be made on September 22, 2014. 

Student Policies
needPlease read and be aware of school rules regarding ID lanyards, electronic devices and the use of tobacco. Beginning Tuesday, August 19, students will be issued ID lanyards. These must be visible at all times. There will be no temporary IDs issued. Electronic devices are only allowed before school, during lunch, and after 3:45. Tobacco of any kind, including ecigarettes is not permitted on school grounds or busses. Click here to access more specific information.

Tardy Policy
Students and Parents, please review the tardy policy for the upcoming school year.  For future reference, check under the parent and student tabs from home page. Click here to view document. New procedure for tardies to class.
First Tardy – Student is warned.
Second Tardy – Student is warned, parent contact is made.
Third Tardy – Student is given a final warning, parent contact is made.
Fourth and Subsequent Tardies – Referral is submitted to administrator.
Students who have four or more tardies will be held accountable through detentions, In School Suspension and Out of School Suspension per administration.