Greenville County Schools recognized for performance

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Twelve high schools, nine middle schools, 31 elementary schools, and three career centers in Greenville County have earned state recognition for their academic performance and/or closing achievement gaps.

The Palmetto Gold and Silver Awards program of the SC Department of Eduucation recognizes and rewards schools for attaining high levels of performance, for attaining high rates of growth, and for making substantial progress in closing the achievement gap between groups of students.

The criteria and procedures for selecting schools that receive the Gold and Silver Awards were developed by the Education Oversight Committee (EOC).

Woodmont High received a Gold for General Performance; Ralph Chandler Middle received Gold for General Performance and Woodmont Middle Silver for Closing the Gap.

J. Harley Bonds Career Center and Enoree Career Center both received Gold for General Performance.