Friday, March 06, 2015 3000 East Gap Creek Road * Greer, South Carolina 29651 * (864)355-5700 FAX (864)355-5725 * Guidance Department 355-5704 * Athletic Director 355-2584
  • Breanna Walden - Silver Key in Mixed Media
  • Breanna Walden - Gold Key in Photography
  • Caroline Brown - Gold Key in Photography
  • Carson Barrs - Gold Key in Photography
  • Carson Barrs = Honorable Mention in Digital Art
  • Christina Tinker - Silver Key in Drawing
  • Damarion Kellett - Gold Key in Digital Art
  • Kathleen Price - Gold Key in Photography
  • Madison Calvert - Gold Key in Photography
  • Madison Calvert - Gold Key in Drawing
  • Madison Reynolds - Gold Key in Digital Art
  • Maryan Kovtunovich - Silver Key in Mixed Media
  • Meredith Harrison - Honorable Mention in Painting
  • Michaelyn Russell - Gold Key in Drawing
  • Savannah Turner - Gold Key in Sculpture
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Congratulations Coach Perry
tperryCongratulations to our own!!!
SCAAA State Athletic Director of the Year Travis Perry, Greer High School


Cheerleader Tryouts

Are you interested in cheering for Greer High School?  Cheer-leading try outs for the 2015-2016 school year will be held in the GHS gymnasium, March 23 through 26, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m.  Pick up an application packet in Ms. Brooks' room 87.

GCS Scholarship for Seniors
GCS Scholarship Golf Tournament Applications are due Friday, March 13 to your school’s guidance counselor. Proceeds will fund 2015-16 post-secondary scholarships for this year’s high school seniors attending GCS high schools and charter schools. Half of the scholarships are designated for children of permanent full-or part-time district employees.  Both $1,500 and $900 scholarships will be awarded. Please click HERE for student eligibility guidelines and application.  

Congratulations to Greer High Student Winners
Congratulations to Gage Lowe, Senior Auto Tech student 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.

Mykala Keyser, a senior at Greer High School, earned a 3rd place finish in the PTA District 1 Reflections competition in photography. Her submission was entitled "The World Would Be A Better Place IF Everyone Had A Best Friend".  

Summer Opportunities
Check out summer opportunities under the Student tab, Summer Programs.  The list will be updated frequently.  Deadlines are listed. 

PTSA Scholarship Application
The Greer High School Parent Teacher Student Association annually awards a scholarship up to the amount of $1000 to seniors who qualify based on the criteria listed in the application. The amount and number of scholarships awarded will be determined by the GHS PTSA Board of Directors for the current school year and is based upon the funds available. The goal of the GHS PTSA Board is to provide financial support for the Greer High Senior(s) who demonstrate a commitment to the advancement of Greer High School, it’s PTSA, and the Greer community. Return completed application to your counselor by April 15th, 2015.

A representative from Greenville Tech will be here on campus Thursday, March 12th from 9:00-11:30 a.m. to administer the ASSET placement test to seniors who have applied or will be applying to Greenville Tech. If you do not have qualifying scores on either the ACT or SAT you will need to take the placement test for admission. There is no cost for the test, but if you do not take it here at Greer High you will need to make arrangements on your own to take it at Greenville Tech. Sign up in the Guidance Office by Friday, March 6th to be included in testing. If you have any questions, please see your counselor.

Universal Free Breakfast Program
Greer High School has been selected to participate in the Universal Free Breakfast Program.  This allows breakfast to be served at no charge to all students. There will be no changes to our breakfast service by implementing Universal Free Breakfast. Our menus, meal times and locations will remain the same; the only difference is all students will eat for free. Research shows that students who eat a good breakfast tend to perform better in school, have better attendance, and exhibit fewer behavior problems. In addition, students who eat a good breakfast develop healthy eating habits, visit the school nurse less frequently, and are less likely to be obese. Despite the benefits of breakfast, for a variety of reasons, many kids aren't able to eat a healthy breakfast at home in the morning. This program will begin on Monday, February 23, 2015. Any questions about the Universal Free Breakfast Program may be directed to Cafeteria Manager Christi Mills at 355-5708.

Bonds Information Night - Change to March 10
If you are interested in attending Bonds Career Center, then make plans to attend Information Night on March 10, 2015. See flyer for more information.

Sirrine Scholarship
The application for the J.E. Sirrine Scholarship administered through Greenville County Schools is now open! Scholarships are awarded based on merit and financial need. Students are encouraged to apply on-line. Individuals who would like a paper copy may see their counselor for an application. The student’s application must be postmarked or submitted on-line by April 15, 2015.