Tuesday, January 27, 2015
1300 Brushy Creek Rd. ♦ Taylors, S.C. 29687 ♦ 864-355-2800
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2015 Spirit Week Application
Applications for 2015 Spirit Week Charities are now being accepted.  Please click here for an application and return by February 20, 2015, details are on the application.  We look forward to learning more about our possibilities to make a difference next school year!

Thanks to Local Businesses
Eastside High School and the School Improvement Council would like to give a big thanks to many of our local businesses for supporting academic achievement of our students!  The businesses include: Amazing Threads, Wade Hampton; Bi-Lo, Hudson Corners; Bojangles, Pelham Rd; Chick-fil-A, Pelham Rd, Chick-fil-A, Taylors, Pete's of Greer, Wade Hampton; First Team Sports, Wade Hampton; Head Coach Haircuts, all; Little Pigs BBQ, Hudson Corners; Moes, Pelham Rd; Papa Murphy's Pizza, all; Subway, Hudson Corners; Tropcial Grille, all; Yogurtini, Pelham Rd; and PDQ, Pelham Rd.

New State Testing for all 11th Graders
Beginning this spring, all 11th graders in South Carolina will be required to take two assessments. One assessment will be the ACT WorkKeys which measures career readiness and is used nationally as a part of job placement.  The other assessment will be The ACT which measures college readiness (English, Math, Reading, Science, and Wriiting portions).  The ACT will be administered on April 28, 2015 and the ACT WorkKeys will be administered on April 29, 2015.  More information about both tests can be found on the ACT website: http://www.act.org/.

High School Exit Exam No Longer Required
Beginning with the Class of 2015, students will no longer be required to pass the state’s high school exit exam to earn a South Carolina diploma. Also, students who did not receive a diploma due to not passing the exit exam may file a petition. More information can be found here.

Student Parking Lot Sold Out
Unfortunately, the student parking lot at Eastside High school is currently sold out.   If a student would like to be placed on a waiting list for a space, he/she may do so if meeting all the criteria to purchase a parking pass (regular or restricted license, Alive at 25, vehicle registration and insurance).  To be placed on the waiting list, the student should see Mrs. Morgan in the front office.

Alive at 25
Only Graduates of the Alive at 25 Program may apply for a parking permit at Eastside; however, as of September 8, 2014 the student parking lot is sold out. Students may still want to take the class in case spaces open up or for next year.  Click on the link below to find available classes.
Alive at 25