Saturday, March 28, 2015
615 Hammett Bridge Road ♦ Greer, SC 29650 ♦ Phone: (864) 355-7900 ♦ Fax: (864) 355-7918
Important Facts

Grades: 6th, 7th, 8th
Enrollment: 1163 students
School Colors: Blue and Silver
School Mascot: Riverside Royals
Motto: "Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow"

Accreditation Palmettos Finest Red Carpet School

GCSD Progress Report

Upcoming Events


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iMove Registration Now Open
Online registration is now open for RMS's annual iMove 5K Run/Walk to benefit Safe Harbor. Please join us for this fun community event on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 9:00 am at the Riverside Middle School campus. Registration fee is $15 if registered by April 10 and includes a free t-shirt! Children under 10 and senior citizens are only $10. Put together a team and registration is only $12 each. Register online and pay through PayPal, or print a registration form from this website and return to the school office. Registration after April 10 or Event Day Registration will be $20. Online registration closes April 25. All Riverside students, families, friends and community members are welcome!  Click to register

New State Tests - ACT Aspire

This year, students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades in South Carolina will take a new test, the ACT Aspire. Students will take ELA (English, reading, and writing) and mathematics tests. Additionally, all students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades will take the SCPASS science and social studies tests.

Click to see complete Letter to Parents
Click to see information on Calculators for Math Testing

Socratic Circles

Socratic Circles
Students in Mrs. Denton's English classes discuss their insights to a passage from Lord of the Flies in a Socratic circle activity.


Dentistry as a Career

Dr. HarrisDr. Roger Harris of Greenville Family Dentistry talked to students about his career as a dentist, dental school, different types of dentistry, and ways they can start preparing for their future careers. 

Problem Solving in the 6th Grade

Towering Above AllGrace Johnson’s 6th grade science classes used problem solving skills to build the tallest tower using limited materials. 

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