South Carolina has three Governor's Schools to serve motivated students seeking a unique high school experience that is focused on their interests and talents. As public, residential high schools, tuition is free and any student in the state can apply based on grade.
Learn more about South Carolina's Governor’s Schools by attending Endless Opportunities!
These informative 1-hour sessions will feature presentations by each school and a Q&A with school representatives. Select the date and location below that works best for you!
Sunday, December 5 at 3:00 p.m.
Virtual Session via Zoom
Monday, December 6 at 7:00 p.m.
- Colleton County Memorial Library in Walterboro, SC
- SC Governor's School for Science and Mathematics in Hartsville, SC
- SC Governor's School for Agriculture at John de la Howe in McCormick, SC
Tuesday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m.
- Lexington Conference Center in Lexington, SC
- SC Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville, SC
- SC Governor's School for Science and Math
The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics (GSSM), in Hartsville, unlocks the full potential of academically motivated juniors and seniors, offering a host of rigorous STEM opportunities in an uncommonly supportive environment.
- SC Governor's School for Agriculture at John De La Howe
The South Carolina Governor’s School for Agriculture at John de la Howe provides a unique and challenging agricultural education program. Located in McCormick, on 1,310 acres of forest and farmland, students grades 10th -12th have the opportunity to receive hands-on training in the fields of agribusiness, forestry, equipment operation, land management, food science, and more.
- SC Governor's School for the Arts & Humanities
The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, in Greenville, cultivates young artists from across the state through pre-professional training in the areas of creative writing, dance, drama, music, and visual arts. Juniors and seniors refine their talents in an arts-centered community while receiving a nationally recognized academic education.