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Textbooks and Technology

All students should have turned in their technology.  Please have your students double check their personal spaces for chargers and outstanding devices.  Additionally, textbooks will be collected from students on Friday, May 25th.  Please be sure to have students return all materials in order to avoid fines and fees for outstanding materials. 

Summer Hours

The main office will be open Monday – Thursday from 8:00am – 12:30pm if you need assistance.  A school counselor will be available weekly, however we encourage you to call for an appointment in order to ensure someone is available to address your need.  If you need support outside of the posted time, please call (864) 355 – 7561.  Be sure to leave a message if prompted by voicemail. 

Greer High to Host Carolina Panthers Football Clinic for Moms

The Carolina Panthers will offer a free Heads Up Football Clinic at Greer High School on May 31 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.  The clinic will be held in conjunction with USA Football, the national governing body of the sport and the Panthers’ youth football development partner.

Each clinic will help provide mothers whose children are interested in playing tackle football with the latest information about player safety and other important information. Carolina Panthers athletic training staff will discuss concussion recognition and a parent’s role, while also covering hydration and prevention of heat-related illness. USA Football master trainers will educate moms on proper helmet and shoulder pad fitting while a Panthers alumni player will discuss football basics including rules and player positions.

Following classroom instruction, the clinic will move out to the field for hands-on instruction from the USA Football master trainers regarding the latest tackling. Participants will receive an official Carolina Panthers Moms’ Clinic event t-shirt. Snacks and water will be provided.

Registration space is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Interested participants are encouraged to register at a Moms’ Clinic site convenient to them.

Awards Day & Field Day

Middle School

 High School

GEC Family Fun Night

Greenville Early College will be hosting our Annual Family Fun Night event on Tuesday, May 29th from 5:30-7:30 in the auditorium downstairs.

There will be games, community partners, and prizes!

Fuddruckers will be serving dinner that night. GEC will be serving dinner at no cost to the families.

Please RSVP by making a selection for your meal

by  May 23rd!

Number of family members attending_________

Hot dog plate(s)______________

Hamburger Plate(s)___________

If you have any questions or concerns please contact GEC’s front office 864-355-7560!

High School End of Course Exams

The End of Course exam schedule is as follows:

Testing will take place from 8:30am to 1:00pm.  It is important that students arrive to school on time.  Please avoid scheduling any appointments and early dismissals during this time.  EOC exams count as 20% of the student's final grade.

Please note that students may not possess any electronic or other device (such as cell phones, smart watches, etc) that can be used for communication, timing, creating images, or storing images in the classroom during the testing period.  Devices will be collected prior to testing.

Summer Reading

Free books have been provided to students for summer reading.  Please encourage your students to stop by the tables outside of the cafeteria in order to choose a few books for summer reading.  Additionally, the district has a summer reading challenge for students.  We are asking students to tag @GvilleEarlyCol in their tweets.  Students that do not have Twitter can also take pictures of themselves and bring them into our Back to School night.  We will celebrate students that participate when we return to school in the fall. 

Have You Moved?

As we are fast approaching the 2018-2019 school year, it is vital that we have your accurate address information on file. If you have moved, please call the front office at 864-355-7560 or email

Proof of Residency requires at least two documents from the following list:

New! 2018/2019 Time Schedule Change

As a part of Greenville County Schools, GEC will follow the academic calendar for all students.  In 2018 – 2019, students will have a different beginning and ending time.  The purpose of this change is to ensure that all middle and high school students meet the academic seat time requirement for the state.  This time change will also support our goal of remediating and accelerating students appropriately. 

 All students will be able to arrive as early as 7:45am.  All classes for middle and high school students will begin promptly at 8:15am.  All students that arrive to school after 8:15am are considered late and will miss valuable classroom instruction.  All students will be dismissed at 3:15pm.  Shuttle transportation will still be provided to students participating in athletics for Tanglewood, Lakeview, and Carolina. 

Greenville County Schools and Greenville Chamber Announce New Partnership

LaunchGVL to Provide Paid Internships for High School Students

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Attracting and retaining a skilled workforce is the number one challenge facing employers in Greenville, particularly in high-demand industries like advanced manufacturing, construction, and healthcare.

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Recognizing that work-based learning benefits students, employers, schools, and the community, the Greenville Chamber and Greenville County Schools have partnered to create LaunchGVL, an initiative to connect high school students with paid work opportunities in Greenville’s high-demand occupations.

Paired with relevant coursework, students will launch their careers in one of six pathways and enter the workforce and college more equipped to succeed. As participating businesses supplement their workforce with energetic students, they also create a talent pipeline to fill the jobs of the future and close the growing skills gap. Those pathways include:

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Most internships last for approximately 8 weeks. Students can work part-time or full-time during the summer. During the school year, students usually work between 10 and 20 hours per week. The internships will be offered Summer 2018, Fall 2018 and Spring 2019.

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Work-Based Learning Coordinators from Greenville County Schools will match interns with opportunities based on the relevant courses taken and/or the student’s expression of interest in a particular field or occupational area. The Work-Based Learning Coordinator serves as the liaison between the school site and the work site.

For more details regarding the program and to sign up, please visit the LaunchGVL website.

2018/2019 School Calendar
Greenville County Schools has released the 2018-19 academic calendar.  The first day of school for students is Monday, August 20, 2018, which is the first day South Carolina schools are allowed to begin the 2018-19 year per state law.  The last day of school is Wednesday, June 5, 2019. 


ECHO Access

The GEC ECHO Parent/Guardian Access Request Form  will need to be filled out in order to request access to the ECHO parent portal.

ECHO Access