Greenville Early College Student Clubs & Organizations 

Student participation in extracurricular activities is a privilege (not a right) that a student earns through proper conduct and academic achievement. A student may be denied the privilege of participating in an extracurricular activity and/or an event when the student's conduct is not consistent with District Policy; the District's Behavior Code and/or academic standards; the conduct expectations and/or academic standards of Mauldin High School; and/or the conduct expectations and/or academic standards of the particular activity. Extracurricular activities include, but are not limited to, athletic teams, academic clubs/teams, prom, graduation exercises, and attendance at any school function outside of the normal school day.

Student Clubs

Beta Club

Crafting Besties

Environmental Club

Gaming Club

Genders & Sexuality Alliance 

Intramural Sports 

Journalism Club

Student Organizations

Beta Club 

Faculty Advisors: Kristen Cooper

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"Let Us Lead By Serving Others"

To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.


Criteria for Membership Selection (Invitation Provided) 

Student Advisory Council & Interhigh Council

Faculty Advisory: DeAnna Chambers Dixon 

Student School Leaders who serve as the VOICE for the student body at Greenville Early College. Students will be responsible for planning and implementing school events throughout the school year, as well as organizing several school fundraisers.

Four members (2 Seniors and 2 Juniors) are nominated from the Student Advisory Council to serve on the Superintendent's Interhigh Council. These students meet monthly with the Superintendent and other Interhigh Council Members to discuss student matters at the District Level. 

Junior Marshals  

Faculty Advisory: Lydia Moore 

The roster of Junior Class Marshals is composed of the top ten percent of the Junior Class. Selection is based on highest cumulative grade point averages calculated at the end of the 5th grading period of the Junior year. Junior Class Marshals participate in Graduation exercises. These students will attend graduation in an honorary and service capacity. Junior Marshals will be distinguished by the wearing of white stoles and all black apparel. Junior Marshals are the academic pride of their class.