GREENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

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17656 ROOSEVELT HWY
GREENVILLE, GA 30222
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Phone: 706-672-4930
School Information
  • GreatSchools Rating: 3
  • Educational Climate: Low
  • Technology Measure: Medium
  • Type: Public
  • Grades: 9th Grade - 12th Grade
  • District: Meriwether County School District
  • Students/Teacher: 13:1
  • Students/Grade: 89
  • Number Students: 356
  • Number Teachers: 25
  • Instructional Expense/Pupil: 6906
  • Poverty Level: 16 - 29.9 PERCENT
  • Principal: Mr Thaddeus Jackson
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  • YEAR ROUND CLASSES
  • VOC-TECH
  • ADULT EDUCATION
  • NCLB SCHOOL
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  • COALITION OF ESSENTIAL SCHOOLS
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School Ratings & Reviews

School Ratings (19 ratings)
Maximum Rating: 5




    School Reviews (16 Reviews)
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    Student Review | Rating:
    Posted 2013-05-10
    "I am a student at GHS and I must say, I absolutely cannot wait to leave. I moved here in the middle of my sophomore year, and I taught trigonometry better than my own teacher did, and I was in advanced honors math. The teachers do not seem to care about the students, unless they're black, and that is simply pathetic. It saddens me to know that just because I am white in Greenville, I get treated differently than the African Americans. Furthermore, the administration cares more about our uniforms than the education itself. The high school invested in new portable iPads and laptops for the school, but nothing for the classrooms. The principle has threatened the students that if they do not show up in school uniform, he will press charges, suspend, even eliminate the student from the school all together. This is outrageous! GHS is a terrible school for young children and teenagers to attend. The influences to the kids around here are grotesque, and I am seriously worried about future generations. The schools are old, packed, and rat infested. If you had any sense in your brain, you would keep your children away from Greenville and get then a REAL and proper education."
    Student Review | Rating:
    Posted 2012-11-01
    "I am now a student at Greenville High School. I must say that the way people criticize ghs is grotesque. I attended upson lee north elementary for kindergarten and have attended meriwether county schools since. I have heard many stories of peoples experience in this district and its not given the credit it diserves. I love ghs and would fight anyone who tried to make me leave. I have made many friends and the teachers care. meriwether is a poor county yes but at school everyone knows everyone. It has its ups and downs but in the end we are a family. I feel so safe at school and feel free to talk about anything on my mind with tha faculty and staff. The teachers understand and help as much as they can even in our home situations. we have some of the brightest most talented students and it reflects if we allow you to see from the inside. I am apart of the distinguished ladies club, the school band and beta club; i have good grades and thrive for success but could not do it without the motivation of the ghs body. If your interested in city schools ghs isnt for you but if you want a great learning experience and to feel wanted then its a perfect fit. I AM A GHS PATRIOT WITH XTRA PRIDE!"
    Other Review | Rating:
    Posted 2012-09-25
    "My rating is based on my 1970 graduation from Greenville High School. I just had my book, "Bridge to Nowhere," a Christian mystery-romance-suspense published by Sunpenny in England and it hit the best sellers' list within the first month of release...so I would say that Greenville High School did something right! Plus I note that one of my former classmates is a doctor. I had great teachers when I attended. Sorry if it's not the same now. A lot of a student's success (or lack of) is dependent on his or her own attitude and goal setting."
    Other Review | Rating:
    Posted 2011-06-24
    "I graduated from GHS in 2008. I agree with most of the negative things said here, as I had to endure 4 torturous years at this "educational institution." The office administration puts too much emphasis on the school's sports teams and too little on actual education. To this day, it still irks me that the teachers and principal took all of the credit for my graduating class having the highest SAT scores in years. Of course, it's not all about the teachers and the office; a lot of it comes from the students being crass, rude, and unwilling to learn. I knew more than enough students from the area to know that much. All of the best students and teachers, to my knowledge, got out of there as quick as possible. I know personally of two teachers that were forced to find other jobs because they were in danger of being let go by the principal simply because they got along too well with the students. In short, parents, if you decide you want your child to attend a Merriwether County Public School - decide differently. Please."
    Other Review | Rating:
    Posted 2011-06-24
    "This school. Where can I even start? I came to this school in the eleventh grade after a year and a half in Clayton County, and I missed my original school immensely. I lost my AP credits because Greenville does not offer AP courses. Most of the teachers had an attitude of "pass this test and get out". I can count on one hand the number of teachers who sat down to help me when I needed it. The administration was the least helpful, most of all the then-principal. I still remember my rage when there was a new football stadium built...while the computer lab was still full of ten-year-old iMacs. Long story short, do not send your children here. Those who are harking parental involvement: that's not going to change a crippled administration and school board. Fly, you fools."
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