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Upcoming Events

10/27Report Cards Issued
NHS Fall Festival
Volleyball at Aiken (Playoffs)
10/28Red Ribbon Week Ends
Varsity Football vs Union Co. (Sr. Night)
10/29Cross Country at State Qualifier
Cheerleaders at Chapin Compitition
10/31Girls Tennis vs Daniel (2nd Round of Playoffs)
11/1NWMS Band Concert
11/3Beta Club Induction
11/4Graduation Supply Orders
11/5Cross Country at State
11/8Election Day
Cheerleaders at 4A State Qualifier
11/10Combined Chorus and Band Veterans Day Concert

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Wrestling Practice Information

Wrestling Practice will begin on Monday, October 31st at 4:00pm until 5:30pm, in the Commons. Current Physicals and wrestling shoes are required to participate. See Coach Henderson for more information.

Girls Basketball Tryout Information

Girls basketball tryouts will begin on October 31 at 4pm. Anyone interested in trying out for the JV team or Varsity team must be present on that night. All students wanting to tryout must have a current physical turned in to Coach Baber or Coach Keen. If you do not have a physical, please see Coach Baber for a physical forms. All students should plan to be in the main gym by no later than 4:00. Tryouts will be finished by 7pm at the latest. Final cuts will be made no later than Tuesday, Nov. 1. If you have any questions please see Coach Baber.

TR Green Tip - Top 10 Eating Tips

Eat with Purpose

  1. Reduce the amount of animal products you consume. For the animals, the environment, humanity, and your health.
  2. Shop with care - Minimize your support of corporations that violate human and animal rights.
  3. Choose organic - Agricultural chemicals hurt workers, the environment, and your health! Strive to buy organic whenever possible.
  4. Ethical chocolate - some chocolates are better than others!
  5. Speak up! - Use your voice when you shop. Fill out comment cards, send email comments, or speak to store managers about available food options.
  6. Bring your own - Use reusable bags, silverware, and containers when you shop and eat out. Avoid plastic and polystyrene foam and bring your own bags when you buy groceries and produce (reuse!).
  7. Buy local - Support the farmers’ market in your community.
  8. Spread the word - Share what you learn with others!
  9. Think outside the bottle - Avoid buying water in plastic bottles.
  10. Grow Your Own! - Convert part of your yard to a garden and grow your own food, or find a community garden in your area. Join TR Green!

Special Free Alive @ 25 Information

State Farm is hosting a FREE Alive @ 25 event at Travelers Rest High School on November 19. Sign ups for this event are available in the media center. The first 50 students to return their sheets to the front office will have a spot. Lunch will be provided as well. This event is not available for online sign up.

Boys Basketball Tryout Information

Boys basketball tryouts will begin on October 31 at 6pm. Anyone interested in trying out for the 9th grade team, JV team, or the Varsity team must be present on that night. All students wanting to tryout must have a current physical turned in to Coach Mills or Coach Keen. If you do not have a physical, please see Coach Mills for physical forms. All students should plan to be outside the gym in the commons area by no later than 5:30. Tryouts will be finished by 8pm at the latest. Final cuts will be made no later than Wednesday, Nov. 2. If you have any questions please see Coach Mills.

Fine Arts Center and Governor's School Reps on Campus

We will have a representative on campus from both the Fine Arts Center and the Governor's School for the Arts. The Fine Center will be here on Oct. 26 during Power Hour and the Governor's School will be here on Oct. 28th during Power Hour. They will meet in the Guidance Conference room. If you would like to get information about these programs, please sign up in Guidance. See Mrs. Scott if you have questions.

ACE Awards Information

Coaches for Character, a non-profit organization whose mission is to teach at-risk youth the value of education and character development, will hold its 4th annual banquet this year. It will honor one male and one female from each high school who are considered the true "unsung heroes" in their schools. These are students who might go unnoticed for one reason or another, students who are role models, who work hard and give their best effort, students who are all too often not recognized for their accomplishments, or students who demonstrate unusual commitment to learning academics despite various obstacles. Anyone can nominate a student: faculty and staff, parents, community members, and students. Nomination forms are available online at or in the school office. All nominations need to be submitted to Ms. Guiliano, the school counselor, by January 31st, 2017.

Attention Bus Students and Parents of Bus Students

Due to overcrowding issues, Greenville County will no longer allow students to ride a different bus for a single day with a friend even when a note is provided by a parent. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Means or the Berea Bus Center.

Interested in Teaching?

Any senior who plans to attend a South Carolina college or university to become a teacher should check out the application for Teaching Fellows available on September 1 on Students who are chosen as Teaching Fellows receive up to $24,000 for college. The deadline to submit applications is December 1. For more information, please see Mrs. Mason or your guidance counselor.

Daily Practice for the New SAT

The SAT Question of the Day webpage has been retired. For practice, download the SAT Question of the Day App at the link below. This app is designed for the new SAT and includes an option to take a practice test, scan your answer sheet, and have it scored.

SAT Question of the Day App

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.

Online Store and Donations

Two new ways of supporting TRHS are now available. You can make a donation to the school or vist the Online Store by clicking on the graphics below.

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Devildog News

NHS Sponsors Fall Festival

(10/27/2016 / TRHS Webmaster)

The annual Fall Festival was held in the Commons area of TRHS on Thursday evening and was a big hit for area children. Sponsored by the TRHS National Honor Society, the event provided a safe and fun activity for kids of all ages.

A variety of games were created by different campus organizations. TRHS students collected hundreds of pounds of candy to hand out at the event. A special thanks to area businesses who sponsored the games.

Fall Festival Photo Gallery

Lady Devildog Tennis Team Advances in the Playoffs

(10/26/2016 / TRHS Webmaster)

The Lady Devildog tennis team hosted Midland Valley on Wednesday night in a first round playoff game. The ladies showed their experience in the playoffs winning 7-0 over the fourth seeded Lady Mustangs. Zayn DeAndrade, Bethany Tankersley, Ceara Dias, Addie Townsend, and Eliza Pearl Philpot all won their singles matches. Zayn and Bethany won their doubles match. Bella Powell and Megan King also won their doubles match. The ladies will host the winner of the Daniel/Lancaster game on Monday night at 5:00pm.

Girls Tennis vs Midland Valley Photo Gallery

Yearbook Receives All-State Award

(10/25/2016 / Addie Townsend)

The yearbook staff of Travelers Rest High School received the All-State evaluation rating on their 2015-2016 yearbook. Carolyn Sutton, first-year advisor, led them to the highest award. She is the only first-year advisor to win this honor in South Carolina, and just six yearbooks in the state received this rating. The yearbook earned All-State on all six grading sections of the evaluation. They nicely tied together their theme of FocUS, as commented by the judges.

This year, the yearbook staff continues to strive for excellence and celebrate last year's achievement. This is Sutton’s second year as a teacher at TRHS, and she has already accomplished much. Sutton says the team worked hard on coverage (including many people in the yearbook) and incorporating the theme. "The award shows how hard my students work; I have to give credit to the editors and staff," Sutton says. She wanted to give Luke Samples, Jostens representative, credit as well. The 2016-2017 yearbook staff is already working hard on the next yearbook and will keep striving for greatness.

Cross Country Teams Host Region Meet

(10/15/2016 / TRHS Webmaster)

Travelers Rest hosted the Region 2-4A Cross Country Championship this past Saturday. The varsity girls were third overall, while the varsity boys finished fourth. JV girls and boys both finished second overall in the jv races.

Taylor Reynolds (6th - 20:59), Kylie Simms (11th - 21:46), Will Barnett (9th - 17:10), and Logan Childs (11th - 17:23), received All-Region honors by finishing top twelve in the varsity races. Adam Smith (7th - 19:04) and Sophie Nauta (4th - 22:24) were top 10 jv finishers.

Girls Cross Country Photo Gallery

Boys Cross Country Photo Gallery

JV Girls Cross Country Photo Gallery

JV Boys Cross Country Photo Gallery

Eagles Soar Over Devildogs

(10/14/2016 / TRHS Webmaster)

TRHSThe Devildog football team hosted region rival Eastside on Friday night. The Eagles jumped out to a quick lead scoring early in the first quarter. By the time the first quarter had ended the visitors had a 21-0 lead. The Devildogs recovered an onside kick near the end of the first quarter and put together a scoring drive to cut the lead to 21-7 with 11:59 left in the half. The Devildogs recovered a fumble on the next Eastside drive but Eastside got the ball back with an interception. The Eagles scored four times in the second quarter including a score as the half ended to take a 48-7 lead into halftime. Three more scores in the second half made the final score 69-7. The Devildogs will travel to Pickens next Friday before returning home for Senior Night on October 28th hosting Union County.

Varsity Football vs Eastside Photo Gallery

Golden Regiment Halftime Performance Photo Gallery

Alive at 25 Information

Alive at 25

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

Quick Links

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Be sure to like us on our official TRHS Facebook page as well. Current stories, photos, and news will be updated regularly so check back often and share with your Facebook friends.

Also check out the student-produced newspaper, The Blue and Gold online edition. . It includes the latest news, sports, reviews, opinions, and photo galleries produced by the newspaper staff.

For information for Freshmen, visit the Freshman Academy Webpage.

To see all TRHS Website news articles including previous years go to our Devildog News Archives.

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Latest Photo Galleries

All photos in the galleries are copyrighted. Please do not upload the photos to other sites. For permission to use a photo please contact us using the Contact Webmaster link at the bottom of this page.

2016 Fall Festival

Girls Tennis vs Midland Valley (1st Round of Playoffs)

Fall 2016 Blood Drive

D2 Stageworks Evening of Comedy Dress Rehearsal

JV Volleyball vs Pickens

Volleyball vs Pickens (Senior Night)

Parent Portal

Parent Portal

Greenville County Schools' Parent Portal is an online gateway for parents to information about their child's education.

Parents must have an access ID and password to obtain their children’s school information. Because this information is sensitive, parents must pick up the access ID and password in person at their child’s school and show proper identification.  The school will not email, mail or provide the information over the phone. 

For more information see the Parent's Page

TRHS Grade Posting Policy

All grades for your student will be posted within seven (7) calendar days from the date the assignment/assessment is collected. Major projects and lengthy term papers will have grades posted within fourteen (14) calendar days of collecting the assignment.

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

Enoree Application Form

Parent's Permission and Physical Exam Form