2014 Greenville County College Fair
The Greenville County College Fair will be held Monday and Tuesday, September 22-23 at theTD Convention Center. Communications has produced a short video to promote the College Fair for you to post on your school’s homepage and/or Facebook page. Click HERE to view or share the video. It requires a few seconds to download. For additional information, please click HERE to visit the College Fair website. Audience: High School Principals and Counselors. Contact: Rob Rhodes, School Counseling Services, 355-3391 or 355-3392.
Spirit Week Starts Friday Night!!!
Click Here to view the Spirit Week Events Calendar
SAT/ACT workshops for all high school students hosted by the Urban League in partnership with the Sylvan Learning Center located at the University Center. Please see the attached flyer for additional details.
9th Grade Football Players
Any 9th graders interested in playing football please see Mr. Cummings in room 307 for more information.
School tours will be given during the following times:
Mondays 1:00 - 1:30 pm
Wednesdays 9:00 am - 9:30 am
Sign up by calling or emailing Kathryn Rowan, Magnet Coordinator (355-5518 / email@example.com).
Join the Sports Booster Club
Become an active member of the GHS All-Sports Booster Club and you’ll be helping our student athletes by improving the quality of their athletic experience. CLICK HERE to get the form and help support the Red Raiders!
US News and World Report Ranks GHS #9 in South Carolina
US News and World Report ranks Greenville Senior High Academy 9th within South Carolina. GHS received a national rank of 1253. Click Here For More Information
Online Anonymous Bullying Reporting Program
Bullying is any act of intentional aggressive behavior. It can take the form of physical or verbal harassment and involves an imbalance of power. At GHS, it is our goal to promote a caring community through building strong moral and ethical character.
Click this link to report any incidents of bullying you witness. All reports are anonymous and will be investigated. CLICK HERE TO REPORT AN INCIDENT