Thursday, March 05, 2015
505 North Main Street • Greer, South Carolina 29650 • Phone 864.355-8081 • Fax 864-355-8264

Upcoming Events


  • Prospective Student Drop-In 3/10/15

  • Gage Lowe placed 3rd in the All Star Automotive Technology Competition

  • Bonds SkillsUSA Chapter Officers visit the SC State House

  • Sculpture at the Greer Cannon Center

  • Braylon, Matthew, Alexus, & Caleb at Fluor

  • Student2Student Mentors Visit Blue Ridge Middle 7th Graders

News and Announcements

2015-2016 Career Center Application
BackpackThe new "BACKPACK" portal is now available for students who wish to apply for enrollment into a program at Bonds Career Center for the 2015-2016 school year. The application window will be open through March 26.  Program acceptance decisions will be available on April 16 in the Backpack system. Greenville County School District students must use their district username and password to apply.   Grades, discipline, and attendance will be reviewed for each applicant. Acceptance is not based on first come, first served.  However, in the event that a course has more applicants than available seats, the date the student completed the application could be used as a tie breaker.  Click HERE to access the application.


PROSPECTIVE STUDENT DROP-IN
On Tuesday, March 10, 2015, Bonds Career Center will host the Annual Prospective Student Drop-In from 5:00 pm until 6:45 pm.  Rising 10th, 11th, and 12th graders who are interested in more information about the programs offered at Bonds Career Center for the 2015-16 school year are encouraged to attend.  Parents and students will meet the Bonds teachers, see the facility, and gain insight into how the Bonds programs will help students as they consider career options.  Please park in the back parking lot for direct access to the Career Center.  


Lowe Wins $5000 Prize

Gage LoweCongratulations to Gage Lowe, Senior Auto Tech student from Greer High School, who placed 3rd in the All-Star Automotive Technology Competition held at Midlands Technical College on February 19th. Gage won a $5000.00 Snap-On tool set for himself and a $2000.00 voucher for the Auto Tech program. 


SkillsUSA Officers Visit SC State House
SkillsUSAstatehouse2015The Bonds SkillsUSA chapter officers and class representatives, along with other SkillsUSA representatives from across the state, visited the State House in Columbia on February 10 . They toured the capitol grounds and met Senator Tom Corbin during their visit.