SCGSAH hosts virtual information sessions for interested families

Christina Vandiver

The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities is hosting virtual information sessions throughout the fall semester for individuals interested in arts programs for middle and high school students. These 30-minute, online sessions are offered at a variety of times and dates and provide details about the school’s summer and residential high school programs.

Located in Greenville, the Governor’s School provides pre-professional arts training in the areas of creative writing, dance, drama, music and visual arts. The nationally recognized residential high school serves juniors and seniors, as well as exceptionally talented sophomores in Dance and Music. Arts-immersive summer programs are also offered for rising 7th- 11th grade students.

Any South Carolina resident in grades 6-10 can apply to the Governor’s School’s various programs. Tuition is free for the high school program, and students only pay for a meal plan and residence hall fee. Costs vary for the summer programs. Financial assistance is available for all programs.

To learn more, register to attend an upcoming virtual information session at