At Bonds Career Center, students have the opportunity to pursue a technical career interest while earning high school credit. Some programs are one year and some are two years with each culminating in students earning licenses, national certification, or early college credit. The courses are designed for students who are planning on pursuing a two-year associate degree, a four-year degree, or a career after graduation.
Bonds Career Center is located in the lower level of the J. Harley Bonds Resource Center, which is a part of Greenville County Schools. The facility was created by the renovation of the old Greer High School in 1998.
OTHER PROGRAMS IN THE SAME BUILDING, BUT NOT AFFILIATED WITH BONDS CAREER CENTER
Greenville County School Satellite Diploma Program:
The Satellite Diploma Program, housed at the district’s four career centers, serves students who are 17 or older, struggling in traditional high school, and have few credits toward graduation. The program is provided online with teachers available to tutor and help students. Students and parents interested in the program should contact their school principal for more information.