Saturday, November 01, 2014
615 Hammett Bridge Road ♦ Greer, SC 29650 ♦ Phone: (864) 355-7900 ♦ Fax: (864) 355-7918
Important Facts

Grades: 6th, 7th, 8th
Enrollment: 1163 students
School Colors: Blue and Silver
School Mascot: Riverside Royals
Motto: "Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow"

Accreditation Palmettos Finest Red Carpet School

GCSD Progress Report

Upcoming Events


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ESEA Report Released

RMS ESEA RatingOur school’s federal ESEA (Elementary and Secondary Education Act) accountability grade was released today.  For 2013-14, Riverside Middle School achieved a grade of 95.6 (A).  Click for Mrs. Malone's Letter to Parents or for more information click here.


RMS Basketball Tryouts

Basketball tryouts for boys and girls teams will begin on Monday, Nov. 3.  In order to tryout, each student must have turned in a physical and parent permission form along with $10 insurance.  If a student played a fall sport for a high school they must still turn in a physical and parent permission form to the middle school.  Forms are located at under the athletic forms tab.  Boys turn in forms to Coach Raymond.  Girls turn in forms to Coach Young or Coach Eikenberry.

Golden Apple Award Winner

Mr. Kevin Styles, Riverside Middle School bank director, was featured as a weekly winner of WYFF 4’s Golden Apple Award.  He has inspired so many RMS students to learn music and discover their musical talents.  Click here to check it out!

Family Fiction Fright Night

Family Fiction Fright NightRiverside Middle School hosted Family Fiction Fright Night, which featured magician Chad Crews, food trucks featuring Salsarita's, Fundruckers, Shealy's Dogs, ThoroughFare, Marcos Pizza, The Chocolate Moose, SweetlyTwisted, and Kona Ice, a photo booth, pumpkin contest, and the creepy classroom.  The Book Fair was also open.  Chad Crews performed his show “Authors of Mystery and Horror.” 

Principal for the day

Principal for the DayMr. Simon Hong, Senior Vice President from TD Bank, shadowed Principal Kate Malone as a part of “Principal for a Day.”  Local business leaders are shadowing school principals to learn more about day-to-day operations of leading a school.  Mr. Hong spoke to two 8th grade financial literacy classes, attended lunches, and enjoyed talking to RMS students.  We are so excited to build relationships with community leaders.

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