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Letter from the Executive Director

With an eye toward the future, our goal is to engage our students both academically and socially. We want them to be aware of the world around them and their effect on it. Then, with the knowledge they acquire through enhanced science and math curricula, we want them to enter college prepared to look for solutions to the problems facing our world today, regardless of their field of study.

With a smaller school environment, our students are able to focus on acquiring the knowledge they need to be successful without many of the distractions found in larger settings. They have ample time and opportunity to ask questions, seek additional assistance, and work with peers. At GREEN Charter, students are able to focus on what’s important: becoming a thinker and a problem solver.
Socially, we have found that students thrive in a setting like ours. With a diverse culture including students who are native to more than 35 countries, our students are able to gain a global perspective that is uncommon in many schools. Due to our size, the students and their families really get a chance to get to know one another. This creates a sense of belonging and accountability that enhances the atmosphere at GREEN Charter.

Enclosed are additional details about our school. Please review them as a family and let us know if we can answer any questions for you. We look forward to hearing from you!


Mr. Adem Dokmeci, M.Ed.
Executive Director

 


GREEN Charter School’s Vision
Greenville Renewable Energy Education (GREEN) Charter School will be an engaging and innovative community that educates students in traditional subjects while integrating enriched math and science curricula. GREEN will also develop an understanding of environmental sustainability, renewable energy, and technology to enhance students' achievements.

 


GREEN Charter School’s Mission
The mission of the Greenville Renewable Energy Education (GREEN) Charter School (the "GREEN Charter School") is to establish improved science and sustainability learning opportunities that stimulate scientifically literate individuals, workforce, and leadership through world class and challenging science teaching standards. The GREEN Charter School will instill in students the desire to continually expand their intellects and use the content knowledge and skills they have acquired to participate in and responsibly shape the quality and direction of a complex world with ever increasing energy and sustainability demands.

 

Green Charter School by Numbers

•GREEN Charter Schools' first location opened in fall 2013 in Greenvilleand now serves 850 students, grades K5 through 11.

•Green Charter School of the Midlands, the 2nd school in our organization,opened in fall 2017. Midlands serves 300 students in grades K5-7.

•Our students reflect the local communities. GREEN student populationconsists of the following demographics:

     Greenville

     54% white, 18% Asian, 14% Hispanic, 11% African American , 3% Other

     Midlands

     42% white, 42% African American, 1% Asian, 1% Hispanic, 14% Other

•AdvancEd Accredited

•2015 NEED Energy South Carolina Elementary School of the Year

•2016 NEED Energy South Carolina Junior School of the Year

•Our School Ranking- National and South Carolina

https://www.niche.com/k12/green-charter-school-greenville-sc/rankings/

Pioneering Energy Education in South Carolina.

Greenville Renewable Energy Education (GREEN) Charter School
will be an engaging and innovative community that educates
students in traditional subjects while integrating enriched math
and science curricula.

GREENVILLE

Lower school
1440 Pelham Road.
Greenville, SC 29615
Ph: 864-288-4134
info@scgreencharter.org

Upper school
211 Century Drive
Greenville, SC 29607
Ph: 864-241-0151
info@scgreencharter.org
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MIDLANDS

7820 Broad River Road
Irmo, SC 29063
Ph:(803) 563-5387
midlands@scgreencharter.org
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SPARTANBURG

Opening in 2019.

LOWCOUNTRY

Opening in 2019.