Information about eLearning from Greenville County Schools
Graduation will be here before you know it and we want to help you celebrate your child! You can place an order for a PERSONALIZED graduation sign for your graduate using the link below!
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Students exhibited art work in two recent shows at Converse College and the Governors School. We are so proud of the talent and success of our art students! Click here to view all of the exhibited art work created by our Woodmont students.
Greenville County Schools recently released this Integration Video . At just over 18 minutes in length, this video tells the story of integration in GCS through the eyes of those who laid the groundwork and were directly impacted by the court-mandated order. While it celebrates racial progress and documents the community volunteers who helped achieve this feat, it also acknowledges the loss suffered by the local community when five black high schools were closed or repurposed as a result of school desegregation. (There is also a small clip of our school and students)!
Tutoring is free. Seat time recovery occurs during tutoring times and is $5 per session.
Sessions are available before school on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7:45-8:30 in the ISS room. On Tuesday mornings, there is math assistance. On Thursday mornings, there is general tutoring.
Sessions are also available after school Monday through Thursday afternoons from 4:00-5:30 in the ISS room. On Monday afternoons, there is general tutoring. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons, there is both math tutoring and general tutoring.
Woodmont High School will serve every student, every day through a collaborative, purposeful, and student-centered delivery of curriculum while ensuring a safe, supportive and thriving environment that considers and values the needs of one and all.
Woodmont High School will be a model of accomplishment and excellence through the development of all students, socially and academically, while also creating responsible, caring, and productive lifelong learners who compete and contribute to a diverse global community.