4221 Highway 14 North ♦ Greer, SC 29651 ♦(864)355-7200 ♦ FAX(864)355-7215
Important Facts
  • Grades - K4 to 5th Grade
  • Enrollment - Approximately 650
  • Location - 8 miles North of Greer
  • School Colors - Blue and White
  • Mascot - Bulldog


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Boosterthon Fun Run News -
This year Skyland is participating in a Boosterthon Fun Run.  We are looking forward to a time of movement and fun, as well as earning funds for our grounds improvement budget.   All students will receive a t-shirt and participate in the Fun Run.  The Fun Run is scheduled for Friday, May 23, 2014.  We need you to come support your student(s) and lend a hand keeping them cool and hydrated. If you are available to help, please contact PTA at 864-355-7216.  Kindergarten through second grade will participate in their Fun Run from 8:30 – 9:30am.  Grades 3-5 will have their Fun Run from 9:30 – 10:35 am.  Hope to see you there!

Congratulations to students, teachers, and staff-
Skyland wins the prestigious 2014 South Carolina Palmetto Gold Award and the South Carolina Department of Education Closing the Achievement Gap Award.  Special thanks also to our parents, volunteers, and business partners for your support.  

Why are Common Core Standards Important?
Teachers and students at Skyland are gearing up for the transition to Common Core State Standards. South Carolina chose to join other states in developing these standards for English language arts and mathematics. Common Core State Standards are part of the goals and expectations our state has adopted for all other subject areas, like science, social studies and fine arts.  Learn why Common Core State Standards are so important by watching this short video! http://vimeo.com/51933492

Compass Odyssey Learning is available for home use.
Your child has a wealth of on-line assignments that have been individualized just for him or her through Compass Learning.  This personalized learning program can be accessed at home.  See details.

No Cell Phone Zone
You may have noticed the No Cell Phone Zone signs posted in the carpool lines recently and you might be asking yourself, "What's the harm in talking on a cell phone in a school zone?"   Safe Kids Upstate, a program dedicated to reducing the unintentional injury of children under the age of 14, would like for you to be aware of the risk of talking on your cell phone while driving.  No Cell Phone Zone Flyer:  (English) / (Spanish)