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43 Greenville County Schools Teachers Achieve National Board Certification

Greenville County Schools announces the addition of 43 new National Board Certified (NBC) teachers, one of the teaching profession’s most respected achievements. With 605 teachers who have achieved National Board Certification, Greenville County Schools ranks 11th in the nation More....»

School Board Elects 2011 Officers

The Greenville County School Board elected new officers at its December 14 meeting. Mr. Roger Meek (Area 26) was elected Chairman; Mrs. Debi Bush (Area 19) was elected Vice Chairman; and Mrs. Glenda Morrison-Fair (Area 23) was elected Secretary. More....»

Carolina High and Academy Business Education Teacher Honored by Junior Achievement

Tom Rohrer, business education teacher at Carolina High and Academy, was recently named Teacher of the Year by the Greenville Chapter of Junior Achievement.  The recognition was bestowed upon Mr. Rohrer because he has successfully incorporated Junior Achievement volunteers into daily lessons in business, finance and advertising. More....»

Register for Kindergarten and First Grade in Greenville County Schools January 12-13, 2011

Registration for kindergarten and first grade in Greenville County Schools will be held January 12 and 13, 2011. Children who will be five years old on or before September 1, 2011 must enroll in public or private kindergarten, unless the parent or legal guardian signs a waiver. More....»

Bell's Crossing Elementary's Amanda Madden Named Distinguished Reading Teacher

Second grade teacher Amanda Madden from Bell’s Crossing Elementary has been named 2010-11 Greenville County Distinguished Reading Teacher by the Greenville County International Reading Association. She will be recognized at the State Reading Conference in February. More....»

Bill Utsey, Director of Athletics, Receives National Distinguished Service Award

Mr. Bill Utsey, Director of Athletics and Title IX Coordinator for Greenville County Schools, is one of nine individuals to be awarded the 2010 Distinguished Service Award from the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA). More....»

Greenbrier Elementary Guidance Counselor Named Top Counselor in South Carolina

Lydia Pettigrew, guidance counselor at Greenbrier Elementary School, has been named South Carolina School Counselor of the Year by the SC School Counselor Association. More....»

Swearing In of Newly Elected Board Members

South Carolina Supreme Court Justice John Kittredge conducted the swearing-in ceremony for Board Members Megan Hickerson, Lynda Leventis-Wells, Roger Meek, Chuck Saylors, Pat Sudduth, and Lisa Wells. More....»

Greenville Mayor Knox White Declares "Ed Holliday Day" in Greenville

Stone Academy Principal Ed Holliday received a surprise visit from Greenville Mayor Knox White to learn that November 18, 2010 has been declared “Ed Holliday Day” in Greenville.  More....»

Greenview Child Development Center Receives $5,000 Educator for a Day Grant from Walden University

As part of American Education Week, Greenview Child Development Center today received a $5,000 “Educator for a Day” grant from the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership at Walden University, one of the nation’s largest providers of graduate degrees for teachers .More....»

Website Established for Greenville County Schools Foundation

The Greenville County Schools Foundation has established a website to provide information about the non-profit foundation and easy access for businesses, parents, and others to invest in students and schools.  A link to the foundation website is provided on the Greenville County Schools website. More....»

Change in School Assignment Requests Begin Wednesday, December 1

Applications Considered on a First-Come, First-Serve Basis - Greenville County Schools, the State leader in school choice with 9,200 students (14%) attending school on choice, is accepting requests for change in school assignment from Wednesday, December 1, 2010 through Friday, January 7, 2011. More....»

Greenville County Schools Celebrates American Education Week

November 14-20 Designated to Recognize Our Great Public Schools!
During the week of November 14-20, schools across Greenville County and the nation will celebrate American Education Week to spotlight the importance of providing every child with a quality public education. More....»