About Greenbrier Elementary
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Elementary School, a public school located in southern Greenville County, is
located on an 8-acre tract of land and was originally built in 1968. After
undergoing a two-year expansion and renovation in the late 1990s, the present
facility was dedicated on March 16, 2000. The 80,886 square foot building
accommodates 700 students. The addition of a new wing, designed to increase the
student capacity to 1000, was completed in the summer of 2007.
Greenbrier houses twenty-eight classes in Kindergarten through fifth grade. There are also two self-contained special education classes, one primary Trainable Mentally Handicapped and one intermediate Trainable Mentally Handicapped. We have one pre-school special education class as well. Students attend classes provided by specialists in art, music, physical education, guidance, science, and library science.
Community of Mauldin
Greenbrier is located in the Mauldin community. The city of Mauldin encompasses approximately 12 square miles and has been identified as one of the fastest growing cities in the state. According to recent figures the population is approaching 20,000 residents. The economic base is varied and includes construction companies, manufacturers, communications and warehouse businesses, wholesale suppliers, retail businesses, financial institutions, real estate offices, and an array of business and personal services. According to most recent census, Mauldin's median family income is $45,990. Eighty-eight percent of Mauldin citizens over the age of 25 are high school graduates. There are three elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and a career center located in the Mauldin area.