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We salute the Class of 2020!

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ID and Chromebook Distribution Schedule

Student ID and Chromebook Distribution will occur August 17th-21st. Please see your scheduled time to report. The GCS Social Distancing and Mask Policy will apply. Students will report to the high school according to their color coded track previously released by the district in the back to school manual.

Monday, Aug. 17th: Blue Track

Tuesday, Aug. 18th - Red Track

Wednesday, Aug. 19th - Green Track

Thursday, Aug. 20th - Purple Track

Friday, Aug. 21st - Virtual students

Students unable to report at their scheduled time may do so any day between 3 and 4:00pm or Thursday, August 20th between 6 and 8:00pm.

Free and Reduced Lunch Information and Application Form

School meals will be available for all students in all school-opening scenarios, including the 100% eLearning option (Attendance Plan 0) and for those that register for the Virtual Program.

In order to qualify for free or reduced meals parents must complete a new free and reduced meal application for the current school year.

The online Free and Reduced Price Meal Applications are now available for the 2020-2021 school year and can be accessed on our website at the link below.

While paper applications will be provided for parents when they returned to school, the online applications are by far the most accurate and efficient method to apply for Free or Reduced Priced Meals. On average, online applications are processed within 24-48 hour of completion. We highly encourage all parents to take advantage of this simple to use and fast process.

For more information regarding Free and Reduced Price Meal Applications please contact the Food and Nutrition Services office at 355-1251 or by e-mail at

Application Form

Girls' Golf Information

Girls Golf practice will start on August 17th. Any student interested in Girls Golf must have a physical, risk form, and COVID Release form turned in by the first day of practice. If you are interested in playing Girls Golf please contact Dave Young or Erin Keen.

Interested in Playing Volleyball?

If you would like information regarding the TRHS Volleyball Program please contact Coach Foster at

Philosophy, Mission,
and Vision

The Travelers Rest High School community believes that the high school program should prepare every student to live and compete in a global society, setting academic standards within a curriculum appropriate for each student, and provide a learning climate of order, safety, respect, and purpose.

We exist to educate students both academically and socially so that they become responsible citizens of our local and global community.

The faculty and staff see Travelers Rest High School not as an end but as a beginning of a journey toward enlightenment.

Devildog News

GCS Return to School Parent Resource Page Updated

(7/21/2020 / TRHS Webmaster)

Destination Return to School Page

Greenville County Schools has updated the Destination Return to School Parent Resource Page with a Return to School Parent Resource Guide. This Resource Page will be updated regularly and has a variety of information available. There are comparisons of the Virtual Program vs the Traditional with eLearning Program, links to the Virtual Program Website, and much more. The links below provide the latest information that was released today.

GCS Return to School Parent Resource Page

GCS Return to School Parent Resource Guide (PDF)

GCS Return to School Plan Summary Flyer (PDF)

Class of 2020 Holds Commencement Exercises

(6/4/2020 / TRHS Webmaster)

Class of 2020

The Class of 2020 completed their high school careers as they were finally able to come together again on Thursday morning for their Commencement Ceremony. The ceremony certainly did not look like previous ceremonies, and not just because of being held at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena. Social distancing, hand sanitizer, and masks have never been a part of graduation but it was exciting to be able to celebrate our seniors. Luca Marvel was the Salutatorian and Derek Allmond was the Valedictorian of the class. Dr. Burke Royster, Superintendent of Greenville County Schools presented the Declaration of Graduation. Congratulations to all our graduates!

Class of 2020 Graduation Photos

Photos of Graduates with Diplomas (A-K)

Photos of Graduates with Diplomas (J-Z)

Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremony Video on YouTube

TRHS 2020 Graduation eProgram (PDF)

Salute to our 2020 Senior Band Students

(6/2/2020 / TRHS Webmaster)

Band Seniors

Today we offer a salute to the senior members of the TRHS Band program. These students have performed in the Golden Regiment, Symphonic Winds, and/or Jazz Band and have performed solos and ensembles.

Kierstin Bowen was in band for five years and lettered four years. She will attend North Greenville University to pursue a major in Music Education. Her favorite memory is "growing my extended band family."

Caleb Bryant was in band for five years and lettered four years. He was in the All-County Band 3 years. He will attend Clemson University majoring in Engineering. His favorite memory is "hanging out with friends during and after school."

Dakota Callahan was in band four years and lettered four years. He also was in the All-County Band three years and the All-Region Band three years. Dakota will also attend North Greenville University majoring in Music Education. His favorite memory is "cleaning the storage room multiple times and just having fun with my friends."

Eric Granados was in band for four years and lettered three years.

Christopher Marbut was in band for four years and lettered all four years. He was also in the All-County Band four years and in the All-Region Band three years. Christopher will also attend North Greenville University and major in Music Education. His favorite memory is "winning the Golden Shoe Award for being the best marcher my senior year."

Tyler McAdams was in band four years and lettered all four years. He was also in the All-County Band and the All-Region Band two years. Tyler will attend Greenville Technical College and major in Computer Technology. His favorite memory is "marching band with my friends."

Jacob Solchenberger was in band for five years and lettered four years. He plans to join the Navy after graduation with the hope of becoming a Master at Arms. His favorite memory is "Marching Band competitions every Saturday."

Taytum Thompson-Bryson was in band for 5 years and lettered 4 years. She will attend the University of San Francisco and major in Psychology. Her favorite memory is "walking in the homecoming parade my junior year while having fun with my friends."

Alive at 25 Information

Alive at 25 logoAlive at 25 is an early intervention program developed by the National Safety Council to prevent traffic violations, collisions, and fatalities.  It is a 4 ½ hour defensive driving course that addresses the dangers of speeding, failure to use seatbelts, using cell phones while driving, eating while driving, driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs, and more. It focuses on the behaviors that young drivers exhibit behind the wheel, and allows the student to recognize the consequences of those actions. Use the links below to download a flyer about the program or go to their website. You can find upcoming classes on their website using the second link. Completion of the program is required for any student that parks on campus.

Alive at 25 Registration & FAQ Flyer (PDF)

Alive at 25 Registration Page on Website