Camperdown Academy to get room to read at new location

When construction of a new Camperdown Academy is complete next summer, the school serving dyslexic children will have something new – room.

Skyland Elementary wins National Blue Ribbon School Award

Skyland Elementary School received the highest honor awarded by the U.S. Department of Education — a National Blue Ribbon School award.

Most Greenville high schools exceed national average on SAT

The test results are in and they may surprise South Carolina residents: the state’s Class of 2017 outscored — yes, outscored — the national average on the SAT college-entrance exam and the Advanced Placement exam.

Best and worst states for teachers – where does SC rank?

Teachers may not like where South Carolina ranks on WalletHub’s 2017 Best and Worst States for Teachers.

Furman announces speakers for Tocqueville lecture series

The series, which is free and open to the public, explores morality and politics.

Draft student assignment plan for Rudolph G. Gordon K-8 school available for review

Rudolph Gordon Elementary will start adding middle grades beginning next school year.

Two Greenville school programs finalists for Dick and Tunky WhatWorksSC Award for Excellence

Two of the three finalists for the 2017 Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award for Excellence are from Greenville.

Clemson stays in U.S. News’ Top 25 National Public University list

Clemson University has made the Top 25 National Public University in the annual U.S. News & World Report ranking of “America’s Best Colleges” for the 10th year in a row.

Greenville County Schools closed Tuesday, Sept. 12

Parents … start your planning.

Duke Energy awards $75K to the Riley Institute

The grant will benefit ConnectionsSC, a program that aims to advance diversity leadership among education and law enforcement professionals across the state.

Upstate companies promote career paths for girls with new event

Girls’ STEAM Night Out, held for the first time on Aug. 31., allowed young girls the chance to build with Legos, fly drones, and create with chemistry.

Legacy Early College update: Council approves sale of old Berea Elementary

The old Berea Elementary School property will be sold after all.

Greenville County exceeds state average on ACT but remains below national mark

South Carolina’s Class of 2017 scored better than the year before on the ACT but still scored below the national average.

Greenville County Schools is a business like no other

Greenville County Schools unites the bottom-line mindset of a business with a nurturing environment supportive of students, and the results are outstanding.