For students and families interested in the Governor’s School, there are many opportunities to learn more!
- Virtual Information Sessions
Virtual information sessions via Zoom (or audio only via a telephone conference call) will be offered in early fall 2020! Learn about our summer programs that will be held in 2021 and the residential high school program for the 2021-2022 school year. Check back here for details!
Arts Odyssey Info Session (7th and 8th graders apply in fall 2020)
Academy Info Session (9th graders apply in fall 2020)
Summer Dance Info Session (6th-11th graders apply in fall 2020)
High School Info Session (10th graders apply in fall 2020 for Creative Writing, Drama, Music, and Visual Arts; 9th or 10th graders apply in fall 2020 for Dance)
These virtual sessions are designed to provide a brief overview of the application process for our summer programs and residential high school. You will also have time to ask any questions you may have.
- First Look
UPDATE: This year's First Look will take place virtually. Check back here for further updates. Date to be determined
First Look is the best opportunity for prospective parents and students who have not yet had a chance to visit our beautiful campus in downtown Greenville to tour our facilities and learn about everything the Governor's School has to offer South Carolina's young artists.
At this free event, guests can attend information sessions and demonstrations by our five art areas — Creative Writing, Dance, Drama, Music, and Visual Arts.
- Student Shadowing
Those eligible to apply for the residential high school program can experience “a day in the life” of a Govie by shadowing a current student - attending academic and art classes, meeting faculty and peers, and eating lunch in the dining hall.
UPDATE: Shadowing is postponed for the Fall. Future dates to be announced
To learn more, contact Admissions at email@example.com.
UPDATE: campus tours are not available at this time
Guided tours are offered Monday through Thursday on a limited basis during the school year by appointment.