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