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Announcements

Beta Club Meeting Monday

There is a Beta Club meeting on Monday, October 1st. Members may either attend the morning meeting at 8:00 in Ms. Bui's room or the afternoon meeting at 3:50 in the Media Center.

Homecoming and Class Shirts are Here

Homecoming and Class Shirts have arrived! Please see Mrs. McCarrell, in the library during Power Hour, if you pre-ordered a shirt.

Interested in National Art Honor Society?

Anyone interested in joining the National Art Honor Society should come to the art room this Wednesday during the first half of Power Hour. We will be electing officers and planning our first event, participating in Art on the Trail.

Attention Seniors: Vote Now for Senior Superlatives

To vote for senior superlatives please fill out both forms below by Wednesday 9/27. (Seniors only)

Vote for Male Sr. Superlatives

Vote for Female Sr. Superlatives

Interested in Playing Softball?

There will be an interest meeting for the students who are interested in playing softball this year. The meeting will be on Monday October 1st during the first half of power hour in the small gym downstairs. If you are interested in playing softball this year please attend this meeting. If you have any questions or cannot attend this meeting please see Coach Keen.

FFA Meeting Thursday

There will be a short FFA lunch meeting the first half of Power Hour in Ms. Canupp's room Thursday, September 27.

Attention Seniors

If you are planning on majoring in one of the following programs, please see or email Mrs. Lee in guidance for a scholarship opportunity:

Interested in Davidson College?

Any seniors interested in attending Davidson College in the Fall of 2019 should contact Mrs. Lee in guidance for a scholarship opportunity! Deadline to submit nomination/application materials is November 9th, 2018.

Order Your Devildog Gear Until Sept. 29th

You can order your Devildog gear between now and September 29th by going to Order My Gear.

Interested in Attending a Service Academy?

Any students ages 17 and up interested in one of the following service academies please see Mrs. Lee in guidance. United States Air Force Academy, United States Military Academy at West Point, United States Merchant Marine Academy, United States Naval Academy, and United States Coast Guard Academy. Thank you.

Interested in a Manufacturing Career?

Manufacturing Day is Friday, October 5th from 9am-2pm at CMI. Seniors who are NOT in a career center class and are interested in a career in manufacturing are invited to participate. Come by guidance to sign up.

Student Community Service Opportunity!

Student Community Service Opportunity! This is a first come first serve opportunity. The Let There Be Mom program is seeking two student volunteers to hang posters and distribute postcards to local businesses in order to help promote the "Dine Out For Mom" fundraiser held on Thursday October 25th. All materials will be picked up on October 4th and need to be hung up by Sunday October 7th. Please check with your parent/guardian for approval and then contact either Mr. Black or Mrs. Lee in the Counselors' Office for more information.

Attention Seniors

October 23rd is the last day to order your senior ad for the discounted price. Prices are as follows: Full page-$300, Half page-$200, and Quarter page-$150. Please bring cash or check made out to TRHS to Ms. Case in room 014 during Power Hour.

PSAT Test Offering for Juniors

Any 11th grader interested in taking the PSAT on October 10th should visit Mrs. Small to sign up for the test. She is available every day before PowerHour. The cost is $16. The deadline to sign up is September 28th. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Hubert.

Alive @ 25 Free Blitz Information

There will be a free Alive @ 25 Blitz on November 5th from 9 am until 1:30 pm at Travelers Rest High School. This event is sponsored by State Farm Insurance. There are a limited number of slots available and students should register online as quickly as possible. For more information on how to register please see the flyer below.

Alive @ 25 Flyer (PDF file)

Hall of Fame Nomination Information

The Travelers Rest High School Athletic Hall of Fame is currently accepting nominations for the 2018-2019 school year. If you would like to nominate a former student athlete, coach or contributor for the Devildog Athletic Hall of Fame, please go to the top of this Home page, About Us, Athletic Hall of Fame; to view the qualifications for nomination and to print out a copy of the nomination form (4 pages). The nomination form must to be filled out with as much information as possible. It can be mailed to the high school or emailed to the committee by October 1st to be considered for this year. If a nomination has previously been submitted, there is no need to re-submit. The Selection Committee has the information on file. For any questions or additional information, please contact the Selection Committee at: trhsathletichalloffame@yahoo.com.

Hall of Fame Nomination Form (PDF file)

Clear Bag and Search Policy Information

Beginning with the opening of the 2018-19 athletic season, Greenville County Schools is instituting a clear bag policy for all athletic venues. This means spectators are prohibited from entering athletic venues with camera cases, briefcases, backpacks, cinch bags, large purses, and similar items. Approved bags include clear, gallon-sized zip storage bags, clear totes (12x6x12) and small purses. Folding chairs and blankets will be allowed, but are subject to search.

Clear Bag Policy Flyer (PDF file)

Clear Bag Policy Frequently Asked Questions

Band 'Carol and Crafts Fair' Information

The band program is looking for vendors for their "Carols and Crafts Fair" which will be held on November 17th. The deadline for signing up is November 3rd. Please see the Band Booster Webpage for more information.

Devildog News

Girls' Tennis Team Beats Carolina

(9/21/2018 / TRHS Webmaster)

Girls' Tennis Team

The Girls' Tennis team defeated Carolina 7-0 on Thursday in a home match. Addy Bonesso, Kayleigh Gardner, Charlotte Weikle, Caroline Harris, and Madison Clardy all won their singles matches. The #1 doubles team of Addy Bonesso and Abi McKibben and the #2 doubles team of Laura Belue and Gibson Wyatt also won their matches. It was the first career win for Caroline Harris and Madison Clardy in singles matches. It was also the first career win for the #2 doubles team of Belue and Wyatt. Brooke Sheriff also picked up first win in an exhibition match.

The ladies will travel to Berea on Monday and host Eastside on Wednesday next week.

Girls' Tennis vs Carolina Photo Gallery

Devildogs Tame the Tigers

(9/13/2018 / TRHS Webmaster)

Football vs Blue Ridge

The Devildogs wasted little time on Thursday night scoring in the first 63 seconds of the game. Jake Hall pulled in a pass from Wilson Hendricks and the Devildogs led 7-0. The defense got their chance to score with Ty Gary sacking the Tiger QB in the end zone for a safety with about three minutes left in the first quarter. Hendricks passed to Esaias Tucker for his second TD pass of the night and the Devildogs led 16-0.

Blue Ridge took advantage of Devildog penalties in the second quarter. A pass interference penalty gave the Tigers a first down on a 4th down play and they scored soon after and cut the lead to 16-7. Deonte Byrd plowed through the middle of the line for a 3 yard touchdown run on the next Devildog series and the Devildogs led 23-7. Hendricks threw another pair of touchdown passes in the quarter with Hall getting his second TD of the night and Derrick Fields making a nice catch over the top of Tiger defenders in the closing seconds of the half. The Devildogs led 37-0 at halftime.

The Devildogs extended their lead to 44-7 in the third quarter as Corbin Baker ran for a score. Blue Ridge picked up their second touchdown with a little less than five minutes left in the third quarter and missed the extra point. Neither team scored in the final quarter and the Devildogs improved to 5-0 with the 44-13 win. They will have next week off before returning home to open region play against Eastside on September 28th. Homecoming ceremonies will take place before the game.

Varsity Football at Blue Ridge 1st Half Photo Gallery

Varsity Football at Blue Ridge 2nd Half Photo Gallery

Simms Named National Merit Semifinalist

(9/12/2018 / TRHS Webmaster)

Miss SimmsCongratulations to senior Kylie Simms for being named as one of approximately 16,000 2019 National Merit Semifinalists. Semifinalists are academically talented high school seniors and they have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships that will be offered next spring. The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) is a not-for-profit organization that was established in 1955 specifically to conduct the National Merit Scholarship Program. The goal of the organization is to honor the nation's scholastic champions and encourage the pursuit of academic excellence.

Congratulations, Kylie!

Devildogs Are 4-0!

(9/7/2018 / TRHS Webmaster)

Football vs Pickens

For the first time since 1967 the Devildog football team has won their first four games of the season. The Pickens Blue Flame gave the Devildogs their toughest test of the season but Deonte Byrd's touchdown with just under five minutes left in the game gave the Devildogs the 20-19 lead. The defense held and the Devildogs managed to stay perfect after four games.

After outscoring their opponents 147-14 in the first three games the Devildogs expected a tougher game on the road at Pickens despite their 1-2 record. The Blue Flame defense stopped Travelers Rest on the first series and drove down the field but were forced to punt themselves. On their second offensive series Wilson Hendricks passed to Derrick Fields on the first play for an 82 yard TD pass. The Devildogs led 7-0 and the score remained the same going into the second quarter. Pickens put together a long drive wearing down the Devildog defense and scored to tie the game. After the kickoff Pickens was called for targeting and the Devildogs were across midfield. A Blue Flame defender picked off a pass and their QB threw his first pass for a 24 yard touchdown on the next play. Pickens took a 13-7 lead. The Devildogs put together a drive but came up just short on a fourth and six play giving Pickens the ball on the 19. They ran the clock down and were able to stop Fields on a punt return on the final play of the half.

In the second half, Hendricks scored on a 42 yard QB keeper and the Devildogs regained the lead 14-13. Pickens scored on a 68 yard pass in the final quarter and led 19-14. Byrd picked up his first score of the night and the Devildogs held on for the huge 20-19 win.

The Devildogs will try to stay perfect next week as they host rival Blue Ridge in a non-region game. They will travel to Blue Ridge later in the season as well for a region game. We hope that everyone will come out and support the Devildogs next Friday night.

Varsity Football at Pickens Photo Gallery

Class of 2022 Holds Assembly

(9/6/2018 / TRHS Webmaster)

Freshman Banner

The Class of 2022 gathered on Thursday afternoon for an assembly. Mr. Laye, the Assistant Principal of the freshman class, and Ms. King, one of the TRHS counselors, spoke with the students. At the end of the assembly the students pledged to graduate in four years and signed a banner which will hang in the Freshman Academy hallway.

Freshman Assembly Photo Gallery


Alive at 25 Information

Alive 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. Completion of the program is required for any student that parks on campus.

Letter to Parents from Mr. Lavely Concerning Alive at 25

How to Register Flyer

Frequently Asked Questions from Parents


Course Catalogs and Forms

Rising 9th Grade (HTML)

Rising 9th Grade (PDF file)

Rising 10th-12th Grade (HTML)

Rising 10th-12th Grade (PDF file)

Enoree Course Catalog