Charter Schools are independent public schools that are nonsectarian, nonreligious, nonhome-based, and nonprofit. Charter schools operate under the authority of their own school board and are free of many state regulations. Below are charter schools approved to operate within the Greenville County School District.
Charter School Handbook (PDF - 573 kB)
Brashier Middle College Charter High School
1830 West Georgia Road
Mission & Purpose – The mission of Brashier Middle College Charter High School is to foster a nurturing environment of 400 students within a culture of education, respect, and character. Students, parents, staff, and community are partners accountable for high expectations of greater levels of performance. Each student will be encouraged and challenged to complete coursework in order that they will be on their way to earning a college degree.
Grade Levels – 9th through 12th grades
Contact Person: Mike Sinclair, Principal
Board Chair –Tommy Warren
Greenville Technical Charter High School
2010 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence
506 South Pleasantburg
Mission & Purpose: Greenville Technical Charter High School provides equitable opportunities for all students to acquire an education focused on linkages among rigorous academics, technology, and careers to produce graduates who are prepared for success in the global workforce of the 21st century. GTCHS aspires to create an equitable community of learners in which mutual respect, trust, integrity, and the pursuit of ideas are valued and appreciated.
Grade Levels: 9th - 12th
Sharon Hall, Asst Principal
Greer Middle College Charter School
138 West McElhaney Road
Mission & Purpose: Greer Middle College aspires to create an equitable community of learners in which mutual respect, trust, integrity, and the pursuit of ideas are valued and appreciated.
Grade Levels: 9th - 12th
Principal: Dr. William F. Roach, Jr.
Board Chair: Ted Hoffman
Langston Charter Middle School
1950 Woodruff Rd.
Grade Levels: 6th - 8th
Principal: Greg Abel
Board Chair: Scott Zemitis
LEAD Academy Public Charter School
29 Ridgeway Drive
Mission & Purpose: The mission of LEAD Academy is to offer a free, public, charter middle school founded on the belief that every child can achieve at an exceptionally high level, regardless of background or circumstance.
Grade Levels: 5th - 8th
Contact Person: Rodney Johnson
Board Chair: Dr. H. Paul Thompson, Jr.
Legacy Charter School
Mission & Purpose: To offer a quality, rigorous, and relevant educational program leading to college graduation and empowering underserved urban students to become productive, fit, principled citizens in a changing society.
Elementary campus: K5 - 4th grades
Parker campus: 5th - 11th grades (12th grade added in 2013-14)
Board Chair: William Brown
Executive Director: Fred Crawford
Meyer Center for Special Children
Mission & Purpose – To provide quality services for preschool children with special needs and disabilities.
Grade Levels: Pre-school
Executive Director: Louise Anthony
Board Chair: Lee Miller