Course request letters are going home between April 12-14. Virtual students will receive instructions to access their course requests via their GCS email by April 14th. Please contact your counselor with questions.
Parent Override Request Form - Please fill out if you would like for your student to move up or down a level in a core class, which is different than what the teacher recommended (i.e.- from Algebra 1 CP to Algebra 1 Honors).
Course Request Confirmation/Change Form - Please fill out to confirm or request changes in your class list.
Any change requests must be submitted via the Google Forms by Monday, April 19th.
Celebrate your Senior by ordering a yard sign! Orders are due on Monday, April 19th.
We want to celebrate you and your post-graduation plans. Please fill out this Google Form to be featured in our Senior Slideshow and on our official Twitter account. https://forms.gle/QBkeBynar1iotHDQ7
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program test will be given at WHS on April 20th and 21st in the Media Center. The ASVAB is not just for military entry. It is a great way to explore your career interests before leaving high school.
JUNIORS - CAREER READY: A score of 31 on the ASVAB deems you "Career Ready!" Remember, in order for seniors to be approved for early dismissal in 2021, you must be deemed College or Career Ready. The ASVAB is a great way to insure that your request to leave early next year is approved!
SENIORS - CAREER READY: The ASVAB is one way of meeting the State requirement that graduating seniors be deemed Career Ready in 2021 before they graduate!
Use the Google Form link below to sign up for the ASVAB exam. You only need to sign up for ONE test date based on your attendance schedule.
See your school counselor with any questions.
Tutoring sessions for Math, English, Science, and Social Studies are available to both Virtual and Brick & Mortar students Monday - Thursday from 4 to 6 PM in the Media Center beginning on Monday, February 1st.
No pre-registration is required.
Beginning on Tuesday, January 19th, high school students will begin a new attendance plan. Students will attend either 3 or 4 days a week (based on their color group) and participate in eLearning on days when they do not attend school in person. Click to learn more details about this 75% attendance plan. (Note: This schedule does not impact high school students in the virtual program.)
Greenville County Schools recently decided that all high schools will transition to a block schedule beginning next school year. Those who are interested in the reasons for this change are invited to read the Transition to Block FAQ's. Those who would like to know more about block schedules and how this transition will impact our students and families are invited to read about the benefits of block scheduling.
Click below to listen to Mr. Foster's latest phone messages to parents.