Want to view real time records for your student? The Parent Portal is now available to parents to view grades, attendance, and much more! Access has
never been easier! See more...
Online SAT Program for GCS Students
Schools is offering a free online SAT Preparation Program to all
eligible Greenville students. The SAT Online Program gives students
experience taking the SAT with hundreds of questions and practice
tests that improve skills in reading, math, and writing. Greenville
County high school juniors and seniors, sophomores taking Honors and
Advanced Placement English courses, and students planning to apply
for the National Merit Scholarship Program should take this free
The program is accessible 24/7 from
any computer with Internet access. Contact your guidance counselor
for an access code to the program. More....»
Parents, students, and
teachers can now browse the school library card catalog anytime,
anywhere over the Internet with Destiny,
our new library catalog system on line. Perform powerful searches by
title, author, subject, keyword, call number, or series. Access has
never been easier!
Wade Hampton Grading Scale
Greenville County Schools aligns the course grading scale to comply with state requirements. The grading scale provides
consistency across South Carolina.
Code of Conduct
Students in Greenville County Schools, like
members of any community, have both rights and responsibilities.
The School District must protect those rights and insist upon
those responsibilities. The purpose of this Code of Conduct is
to ensure that all students understand their rights and
responsibilities, as well as the procedures for dealing with any
violations. In addition, this Code of Conduct identifies
classifications of violations and standard disciplinary actions
and procedures. It is expected that all teachers and
administrators will faithfully enforce the Code of Conduct and
abide by its intent and spirit and that parents will support the
efforts of the school to provide a safe learning environment.
Greenville County Schools will make every reasonable effort to
keep students within the school’s sphere of influence;
suspension and/or expulsion will be used only as a last resort.
Nevertheless, any student conduct that disrupts class work,
brings disorder to the school, or infringes upon the rights or
safety of others is a basis for intervention, suspension, and/or
expulsion of students. In addition to this booklet, there may be
some conduct policy variations from school to school. Some
schools may issue additional guidelines for student behavior. See Code...
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