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|11/30||Varsity Basketball vs Greenville Tech Charter|
|12/1||MAP Testing Window Opens|
|C Team Basketball at Wade Hampton|
|JV Basketball at Wade Hampton|
|Varsity Basketball vs Wade Hampton|
|12/2||Wrestling vs Chapman|
|12/3||Wrestling at Southern Slam|
|12/4||Wrestling at Southern Slam|
|Varsity Basketball vs Greenville Tech Charter|
|Miss Travelers Rest High School Pageant|
|12/7||Toy Drive Week Begins|
|C Team Basketball vs Wade Hampton|
|JV Basketball vs Wade Hampton|
|Varsity Basketball at Wade Hampton|
|12/8||Heritage Elementary School Choral Concert|
|12/9||Wrestling Home Match|
|12/10||NWMS Choral Concert|
|12/11||MAP Testing Window Closes|
|Toy Drive Week Ends|
|JV Basketball at Chapman|
|Varsity Basketball vs Chapman|
|Wrestling at Powdersville|
|12/12||Wrestling at Berea|
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Senior quotes have been changed to fit the theme of the yearbook. We would like for you to think of your most memorable moment in your high school years and use this moment as your quote. Forms are available in the front office. You may pick up a form and turn it in to Mrs. Sutton in room 014, or give it to Vera Oberg or another member of yearbook staff. Please keep all quotes school appropriate. Deadline for quotes is December 1st.
If you would like to nominate one of our male or female seniors for this year's ACE Award please visit the website listed below. ACE Award nominees are described as "unsung heroes" in the their school, community, home, or church. They may face challenges or have achieved great things, but are typically not recognized for their accomplishments. Please use the link to read more about the ACE Award program and to nominate a deserving senior!
Beginning with the Class of 2015, students will no longer be required to pass the state’s high school exit exam to earn a South Carolina diploma. Also, students in the Classes of 1990 through 2014, who met all graduation requirements except passing the exit exam, may petition for a diploma.
The Travelers Rest High School community believes that the high school program should prepare every student to live and compete in a global society, setting academic standards within a curriculum appropriate for each student, and provide a learning climate of order, safety, respect, and purpose.
We exist to educate students both academically and socially so that they become responsible citizens of our local and global community.
The faculty and staff see Travelers Rest High School not as an end but as a beginning of a journey toward enlightenment.
(11/23/2015 / TRHS Webmaster)
Congratulations to Ms. Kim Hardesty for receiving the Employee of the Month award for the month of November. The award is chosen by the School Improvement Council. Ms. Hardesty, pictured above, received gift certificates from George Coleman Ford and Shortfield's.
(11/20/2015 / TRHS Webmaster)
The "Blue and Gold" sponsored their annual Mr. TR Contest on Thursday night with a theme of "Holiday Hotties." Arden Gillchrest was named Mr. TR for 2015. Individual class winners were:
(11/20/2015 / GCS Press Release )
As we transition from Fall to Winter sports, this week's “GCS Player of the Week” takes us to Travelers Rest High to meet the back to back Class AAA State Champion in girls golf, Victoria Huskey.
After a 78 on day 1, Victoria trailed the leaders by 3 strokes. She made birdies on 15, 16 and 17, down the stretch to shoot a 68 (146 overall) and claim her second consecutive state title.
As a team, the Devildogs finished runners-up to St. James. Huskey shot a146; Beth Ann Townsend 163; Ashley Looper 172; Alivia Waynick 180; Hailey Heath 204.
Huskey’s win put her on the AAA All-State team. In Class AAAA, Ashley Czarnecki of Mauldin finished as runner-up and was named to the AAAA All-State team. Mauldin finished 5th and Greenville tied for 10th overall.
Congratulations to all of our golfers for their performance this season!
(11/13/2015 / TRHS Webmaster)
The Devildog football team traveled to Greer for a rematch, this time in the AAA State Playoff first round. The Devildogs received the opening kickoff and put together a nice drive which Chris Gomia capped off with a touchdown run with 8:33 left in the first quarter giving the Devildogs a 7-0 lead. The Devildog defense stopped Greer on a 4th and 1 attempt with a little less than 7 minutes left in the quarter.
On the Devildogs' second possession, Blake Young pulled in a pass for a touchdown from quarterback Dylan Scruggs. The extra point was blocked and the Devildogs led 13-0 with 1:23 in the quarter. Greer picked up their first score on a 50 yard run 36 seconds left in the first quarter to cut the Devildog lead to 13-7.
Unfortunately, Greer played better on defense and gave their offense more opportunities in the second quarter. They took advantage picking up a touchdown with 6:52 left in the first half to give them the lead, 14-13. The Devildogs were unable to retake the lead as Greer kicked a field goal with 2:23 left in the half to extend their lead to 17-13. They took over again with 1:06 left in the half and a 42 yard pass set up a 3 yd TD pass with just seconds left in the half to take a 24-13 lead.
Greer pulled away in the second half scoring once in the third quarter and twice more in the final quarter to take the 45-13 win and move on to host Union County next week in the second round.
The Devildogs season ends with a 6-5 winning record after going 1-9 last year and 2-8 the two years before that. Congratulations, Devildogs!
Alive at 25 is an early intervention program developed by the National Safety Council to prevent traffic violations, collisions, and fatalities. It is a 4 ½ hour defensive driving course that addresses the dangers of speeding, failure to use seatbelts, using cell phones while driving, eating while driving, driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs, and more. It focuses on the behaviors that young drivers exhibit behind the wheel, and allows the student to recognize the consequences of those actions. Completion of the program is required for any student that parks on campus.
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Greenville County Schools' Parent Portal is an online gateway for parents to information about their child's education.
Parents must have an access ID and password to obtain their children’s school information. Because this information is sensitive, parents must pick up the access ID and password in person at their child’s school and show proper identification. The school will not email, mail or provide the information over the phone.
For more information see the Parent's Page
TRHS Grade Posting Policy
All grades for your student will be posted within seven (7) calendar days from the date the assignment/assessment is collected. Major projects and lengthy term papers will have grades posted within fourteen (14) calendar days of collecting the assignment.