Due to precipitation, combined with a black ice advisory and forecast freezing temperatures in the overnight hours, Greenville County Schools will operate on a 3-hour delay tomorrow, February 21. Bus routes will begin 3-hours later than normal and schools and offices will open to receive students 3-hours later than usual. Doors at Riverside High School will open at 11 AM for students. RHS 3 Hour Delay schedule is shown above in the Google slide or under the "About Us" tab and then under Bell Schedule.
Please be aware that depending on the results of an early morning assessment by the GCS ICE team, school could be cancelled. A final decision will be made and communicated by 7 a.m. The school day will conclude at regular time. Students will not attend morning classes for the Career Centers or Fine Arts Center.
IGP Conferences that were scheduled for Friday, February 21 will be cancelled. Counselors will contact those parents to make arrangements to reschedule the IGP at a convenient day/time.
Each year, students will participate in their Individual Graduation Plan (IGP) with his or her School Counselor. A significant task of the School Counselor is to educate students and parents about the career awareness and decision-making process so they may more effectively participate in this life-long process that begins at the elementary level.
Another part of the IGP is to select course requests for the upcoming school year. Please use the IGP Information link to learn about NEW courses and programs that are coming for the 2020-2021 school year. IGP Information
The ACT Plus Writing college entrance test will be administered to 11th graders and other identified students who selected to participate in this testing program. The ACT test will be administered during the regular school day on Tuesday, February 25, 2020.
The ACT Plus Writing is a college readiness test that consists of four multiple choice timed tests—English, math, reading, and science—plus a 40-minute essay that measures a student’s writing skills. Most students will receive an ACT score that can be used for college enrollment, scholarships, and NCAA eligibility requirements. Learn more about the ACT Plus Writing Test
Seat time Recovery is offered twice a week for students who have missed too many days. Conversations are being held daily with students if they have too many absences. Info on dates, payments, and sign ups is located on our website. Don't procrastinate! Make up your hours soon! Dates and times
The 2020-21 Bonds Career Center application is NOW OPEN! Students that are interested in applying to BCC should complete the application through BackPack. BackPack Instructions on how to apply List of Course Offerings
Please complete the application below to be considered as the recipient for our 2020 Spirit Week. Applications must be postmarked by March 16, 2020.
If you're in a crisis now, do not hesitate to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: