Posted: Thursday, June 4, 2015

Five GCS Seniors Graduate with 12 Years of Perfect Attendance

Five seniors have completed 12 years of school without missing a single day. Students are allowed by State law to miss up to 10 days of school per year, but these Greenville County Schools seniors completed 2,160 days without missing a day, either excused or unexcused. Seniors with 12 years of perfect school attendance are recognized by the South Carolina Department of Education. They each received a special certificate and congratulatory letter from State Superintendent of Education Molly M. Spearman.

  • Faith Tanice Sullivan, Berea High School
  • Hannah Caroline Bannister, Blue Ridge High School
  • Casey Jo DeHaven, Greer High School
  • James Power, J. L. Mann High Academy
  • De'Andre Rashon Epps, Mauldin High School

Faith Tanice Sullivan, Berea High SchoolHannah Caroline Bannister, Blue Ridge High SchoolCasey Jo DeHaven, Greer High SchoolJames Power, J. L. Mann High AcademyDe'Andre Rashon Epps, Mauldin High School


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