Parent Portal is the Internet gateway for each parent to view his or her student’s grades. To sign up, click the adjacent chalkboard and follow the instructions here. Remember that you must come to the school in person to receive your student’s unique access code to use Parent Portal.
If you have any specific questions or need help, contact Mr. David Gantt.
Community Service Guidelines
Parents are required 36 hours per year, per family. Students may not participate in extra-curricular activities or participate in graduation if parent service hours are not completed.
- Generally, Parent Community Service Hours must be done at the school or for the school. However, there are occasions that we need help in the Greer community and those hours count for service. These opportunities will be clearly defined in the request sent from the school.
- Parents may log service hours for attending school meetings (one hour for each meeting). New Student Orientation, Open House, Parent Meetings, College Informational Meetings, Meet and Greet Board Candidates, Voting in Board Election, etc.
- Parents do receive hours for carpooling.
- Charter Barter: Parents may "buy out" their hours through monetary or supply/equipment donations. $10 = 1 hour.
Parents in Partnership - PIP
2021-2022 Steering Committee
PIP Advisor: Heather Timanus
Treasurer: Jessica Smith
Secretary: Dawn Vaughn
Hospitality Chairs: JoyBeth McCarnan & Alyssa Wentzel
Teacher Appreciation Chair: Christy Hearn, Natosha Kissinger & Kristy Campbell
Blazer BBQ Event & Apparel Sales: Kristen Chandler & Mandy Sherer
Member at Large: Brooke Benetatos
Staff Member: Heather Timanus, Development Director
For questions or comments, please contact Heather Timanus.
Since parents are key to the success of our students and our school we invite and encourage you to support our GMC students, teachers and staff by getting involved with PIP!
Parents in Partnership (PIP) was created by the Greer Middle College Charter High School Board of Directors as the organizational arm of the GMC parent volunteers.
Look for information in the weekly edition of Blazer News and on the GMC Parents in Partnership Facebook page.
Greer Middle College School Report Cards
Under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), State Education Agencies are required to prepare and disseminate an annual State Education Agency (SEA) report card and Local Education Agency (LEA) report cards that meet the minimum requirements described in federal law. Each LEA then prepares a report card for each school in its district.