Mauldin Demographics

Location: Mauldin is positioned 34.78 degrees north of the equator and 82.30 degrees west of the prime meridian
Region in South Carolina: Northwest
County: Greenville
County seat: Greenville
Metropolitan Statistical Area: Greenville-Mauldin-Easley
Approximate miles to: Columbia, 97; New York, 701; Miami, 721; Atlanta, 145; Charleston, SC, 207; Washington, D.C., 419

2016: Mauldin, 25,188
Greenville County, 498,766

2014: Mauldin, 24,823;
Greenville County, 482,752

2013: Mauldin, 24,525;
Greenville County, 474,266

2011: Mauldin, 23,408;
Greenville County, 461, 299

2010: Mauldin, 22,889;
Greenville County, 451,225

2000: Mauldin, 15,224;
Greenville County, 379,616

1990: Mauldin, 11,662;
Greenville County, 320,167

1980: Mauldin, 8,152;
Greenville County, 287,913

Organizations: Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce; Mauldin Rotary Club; Mauldin Civitan Club; Lions Club; Disabled American Veterans; Piedmont Woodcarvers Club; Mauldin Garden Club; The Mentoring and Leadership Development Institute

Music: Mauldin Cultural Center, Carolina Youth Symphony, Greenville Chorale, Greenville Civic Band, Greenville County Youth Orchestra, Greenville Symphony Orchestra, Heritage Chamber Society

Theater: Mauldin Cultural Center, Centre Stage – South Carolina, Greenville Little Theatre, Mill Town Players, The Peace Center, South Carolina Children’s Theatre, The Warehouse Theatre

Dance: The Greenville Ballet, The Carolina Ballet Theatre

Art: Metropolitan Arts Council, Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery, The Fine Arts Center, Furman University Thompson Gallery, Museum and Gallery at Heritage, Greenville County Museum of Art, Upstate Visual Arts

BASF, BB&T’s mortgage servicing center, C.F. Sauer, Caristrap America Inc. , Charter Communications, eSurance, Ford Motor Credit, Michelin North America, Verizon Wireless, MetLife , MP Husky, National Electric Carbon Products, Samsung Call Center, City of Mauldin

Type of city government: Council
Number of city council members: Six council, one mayor
City council terms: Four years; terms staggered every two years
Type of county government: Council-administrator
Number of county council members: 12
County council terms: Four years

Fire department: 54 full-time personnel, two deputy fire marshals. Fire insurance rating: Class 2. Six engines, two ladder trucks, two rescue trucks, four automatic defibrillators, four stations.

Police department: 52 police officers, 3 reserve officers, 12 dispatchers, 43 vehicles marked patrol units.

Mauldin City Council

Mauldin Mayor
Dennis Raines

Seat 1
Taft Matney

Seat 2
Carol King

Seat 3
Terry Merritt

Seat 4
Scott Crosby

Seat 5
Dale Black

Seat 6
Larry Goodson

Mauldin City Administrator
Brandon Madden

Things to Do in Mauldin

Things to Do in Mauldin SC

Ray Hopkins Senior Center
203 Corn Rd., Mauldin SC 29662
Senior programs: (864) 234-3488
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday

Mission: To involve and inform senior citizens (55 and up) by providing quality programs, services and activities to contribute to each person’s mental, physical and social well-being by reinforcing the belief that age has no boundaries and that each person has a vital role in his/her community.

What we do and who we are: We coordinate a variety of activities including card games, bingo, quilting, dominoes, exercise, ladies teas, guest speakers, local and overnight trips, monthly birthday parties, dramas, trips to downtown Greenville theaters, concerts and baseball games, bunko, computer classes, craft classes, AARP tax assistance and special events.

There are occasional day trips and two- to three-day trips offered. Seniors attend special events at local theaters and special luncheons/parties are held throughout the year.

  • Monthly activities, events, games and outings.
  • Monthly newsletter
  • No membership fee (nominal fees for certain activities apply)
  • Individuals 55+ are welcome to join us.
  • Exercise classes with a certified instructor are offered daily.
  • A fitness room is available for use Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

Mauldin Sports Center – Mauldin Recreation Center
10 City Center Dr., Mauldin, SC 29662
(864) 335-4875

The City of Mauldin has a great facility to benefit the health and well-being of its members who are both residents and nonresidents of Mauldin. The Sports Center features 3,800 square feet of treadmills, elliptical and cross training machines, recumbent bikes, weight machines, plate loaded machines and free weights. Members also enjoy specialty items such as a reverse hyperextension machine for speed training, a Power Runner for speed training, a handicap accessible multi gym and a rowing machine. Those interested in aerobics have plenty of options with classes like switching and circuit training and spinning. The 12,800-square-foot gymnasium allows athletes to play volleyball and basketball.

Youth sports programs cover a variety of sports and activities:

Baseball/softball (ages 4-16) Sign-ups are usually in February and around 700 youth participate. The program is affiliated with Dixie Youth Baseball Incorporated. Games are played with the surrounding communities of Fountain Inn, Simpsonville and Greer.

Football (ages 6-12) Sign-ups are usually in July. The program participates in the Golden Strip Football League. Around 250 youth participate. Postseason all-star play is done through South Carolina Athletic Providers (SCAP).

Basketball (ages 6-12) Sign-ups are usually in November. This is an in-house league with around 325 players participating each year. The basketball program is offered for both girls and boys. Postseason all-star play is done through SCAP.

Cheerleading (ages 6-14) Sign-ups typically run the month of May. This sport is offered to boys and girls. There are about 75 cheerleaders that participate each year.

Lacrosse (ages 6-13) Sign-ups usually run in March. This program is offered for both girls and boys. This is our newest program offering and has around 50 participants.


The Mauldin Recreation Department also participates and helps organize other family events and activities to benefit the community. The Mauldin Miracle League calls Sunset Park its home and provides baseball for children with disabilities. Sunset Park is also the home of the Mauldin Maulers, which is a wheelchair softball team for adults. The Maulers host an annual tournament that brings teams from around the country into the City of Mauldin. Mauldin has also hosted games and tournaments for the growing international sports of rugby and cricket.

The Recreation Department assists in the organization of the Veterans Day and Memorial Day services at the Mauldin Veterans Memorial each year. The most popular event each year in the City of Mauldin is the annual Easter Egg Drop. This event takes place at Sunset Park and brings thousands of participants each year to Mauldin.


The City of Mauldin offers five parks for everyone’s enjoyment. These parks offer playing fields, walking paths, playgrounds and shelters. The shelters are a popular attraction for birthday parties, picnics and other celebrations. The shelters can easily be rented by calling the Recreation Department. Our playgrounds are typically full of children and our walking paths are well utilized by all-aged adults.

City Park (Corn and Butler roads)
  • Three baseball/softball diamonds
  • Picnic shelter
  • Full court basketball (outdoor)
  • Playground
  • Restrooms
  • Concession stand
  • Batting cage
  • Press box
  • Walking trail
Springfield Park (Hyde Circle)
  • Five baseball/softball diamonds
  • Picnic shelter
  • Full court basketball (outdoor)
  • Playground
  • Restrooms
  • Concession stands
  • Batting cage
  • Press box
  • Football field
Sunset Park (Fowler Road)
  • Four baseball/softball diamonds
  • Two picnic shelters
  • Half-court basketball (outdoor)
  •  Playground
  • Restrooms
  • Concession stand
  • Batting cage
  • Press box
  • Walking trail
  • Miracle League field
  • Two multi-purpose fields
Pineforest Park (Lanewood and Mapleton Road)
  • Walking trail
  • Playground
  • Green space
City Center Park (Butler Road)
  • Walking path
  • Amphitheater
  • Veterans memorial
  • Multi-use area

Mauldin Cultural Center

As Mauldin continues to grow, so does the Mauldin Cultural Center’s programming. Between arts classes, music and food festivals, the Mauldin Farmers Market, live performances by nationally recognized comedians, and more, Mauldin residents don’t have to go far to have a great time.

A variety of classes are offered throughout the year at the Cultural Center. The Art Haven offers classes in pottery, watercolor, sketching, ink and pencil drawing, and other multimedia arts to youth and adults. The Cultural Center also hosts lessons in vocal arts, guitar, woodworking, youth theater and more.

In 2011, the Mauldin Cultural Center built an outdoor amphitheater, which hosted performances by musicians of all styles, from the Greenville Concert Band’s holiday performances to “My Girl,” “My Whiskey” and “Me’s” folksy tunes.

For those who enjoy music that recalls hot summer day on the sand, Beachin’ Fridays offer live performances by well-known beach bands. Since 2015, Beachin’ Fridays have drawn people from all over the Upstate to the outdoor amphitheater for evenings of shag dancing, food trucks and craft beverages. The final night features a special performance, and this year’s series will feature a patriotic performance and fireworks for Independence Day. All shows are free, so grab your dancing shoes and bring your energy!

Tuesday evenings from June through August, residents and guests enjoy shopping at the Mauldin Farmers Market at the Cultural Center’s outdoor amphitheater. The market features a variety of Upstate vendors selling locally sourced and produced items including dairy, eggs, produce, honey, gifts, clothing, accessories, treats and pastries, as well as live music, food trucks, craft beverages and family fun.

Each year, the Cultural Center invites nationally recognized comedians to hit the stage. Well-known names such as Henry Cho and James Gregory have brought their clean comedy to the Cultural Center. In May 2019, the ladies of Country Cool will come to Mauldin, finding humor in everything life dishes out during their straight-shootin’, no-holds-barred comedy show.

While Mauldin pulls talent from across the country, the city also showcases local talent. Mauldin is home to the Mauldin Public Art Trail, an annual program in which a new art work is selected each year by the Mauldin Cultural Council, a nonprofit arts organization that supports artistic efforts around the community and at the Mauldin Cultural Center, to fill one of nine predetermined slots around the outdoor amphitheater.

December 2018 saw the fourth addition to the trail, “The Groundbreaking” by Arrington Matthews. The steel sculpture exemplifies the theme “Industry of the Upstate” by portraying the ever-changing face of industry – from where we began to where we are heading. This piece follows Yelitza Díaz Muzzarelli’s 2017 installation, “We Are All One.” A new work will be commissioned each year to fill the nine sites along the perimeter, with the goal that all nine sites will be filled within 10 years. For each year after the first 10 years, the oldest installation will be replaced, resulting in a new slate of nine pieces of artwork every 10 years. Retired artworks will be relocated to other areas around the community.

To support budding talent, the Cultural Center partnered with director Tim St. Clair II to start the Mauldin Youth Theatre, giving community youth the opportunity to perform on stage. In November 2017, after countless rehearsals and plenty of hard work, the troupe presented their inaugural play, “Disney’s The Lion King, JR.,” and have since performed two more shows, drawing greater interest from the public. The Mauldin Youth Theatre holds open auditions for all community youth interested in acting. Prior experience is not necessary, and there are no fees to audition or participate in productions. Mauldin Youth Theatre’s fourth production will be “Disney’s Aladdin JR.” coming spring 2019.

Meanwhile, local theater and music professionals will perform much beloved classics with “The Greatest Show: Songs of Pasek and Paul.” The show will feature music from the Tony, Oscar and Golden Globe-winning songwriting team Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, known for their work for “Dear Evan Hansen,” “Dogfight,” “La La Land,” “Trolls” and “The Greatest Showman.”

The outdoor amphitheater is also home to SOOIE, Mauldin’s Annual BBQ Cook-off. For its eighth consecutive year, the Cultural Center has partnered with the SC Barbecue Association and the Mauldin Recreation, Public Works, Police and Fire Departments to host the annual competition. More than 25 cookers come from all over South Carolina to show off their barbecue skills each fall. Friday evening kicks off the event with live music and an “Anything Butt” competition, where cookers can serve anything but pulled pork. The event continues Saturday afternoon with more live music, a kid’s zone and a sanctioned pulled-pork competition. Visitors can purchase a tasting pass for the event to taste samples from each cooker and vote on their favorite.

Every fall, the Cultural Center partners with the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce for the ever-popular train show, Trains, Trains and More Trains. Thousands of guests from across the region visit the Cultural Center for the two-weekend event where they can interact with model trains.

Continuing their partnership, the Chamber and Cultural Center ring in the holiday season with holiday events for all ages during Mauldin’s 12 Days of Christmas. This annual program is jam-packed with events including a Holiday Market, breakfast with Santa, a Christmas tree lighting, a parade and musical performances. In 2019, Mauldin will announce an exciting new addition to the 12 Days festivities.

The future continues to shine bright for the Mauldin Cultural Center, with new and exciting changes on the horizon. The Cultural Center’s auditorium is set for renovation, beginning in 2019. It will be funded through grants from the Graham Foundation, USDA and Hollingsworth Funds, as well as a $125,000 grant from the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism, which will be matched by Mauldin City Council. Changes will include a green room for performers, new lighting and sound systems, stadium-style seating, new flooring and a new ceiling. These renovations follow construction on the Cultural Center’s side parking lot, resulting in 64 new spaces, new handicap accessible entrance to the building and better lot flow.

To learn more about the Mauldin Cultural Center, visit or call (864) 335‑4862.

Real Estate


Angie Knight –Community First
Real Estate
(864) 607‑7779 | (864) 855‑4857
Greenville, SC 29607

Anne Marie Realty
Laura Sampson
(864) 881‑9579
213 E. Butler Rd., Ste. A2
Mauldin, SC 29662

Coldwell Banker Caine
Amanda Jones
(864) 250‑2850 | (864) 255‑8872
Greenville, SC 29601

Dan Ryan Builders
Lisa Lowery
211 Century Dr., Ste. 100 C
Greenville, SC 29607
(864) 419 3684

Exit Realty Unlimited, LLC
Mary Iacovelli
(864) 509‑0336 | (864) 751‑4344
107 E. Butler Rd., Ste. F
Mauldin, SC 29662

Josh Wiseman – Keller Williams
Josh Wiseman
(864) 567‑5402
403 Woods Lake Rd., Ste. 100
Greenville, SC 29607

Joy Real Estate
Lindsay Ware
(864) 297‑3111
309 E. Butler Rd.
Mauldin, SC 29662

Key Real Estate LLC
Doug Sprayberry
(864) 757‑2222 | (864) 757‑2223
400 S. Main St., Ste. A
Mauldin, SC 29662

NB Realty, LLC
Nima Buva
(864) 634‑8670
Greenville, SC 29605

Pam Moore, Real Estate Agent – The Marchant Company
Valerie Miller Team
(864) 320‑0477
100 W. Stone Ave.
Greenville, SC 29609
Elliott Washington Jr.
2007 Woodruff Rd.
Greenville, SC 29607
(864) 580-6402

Primary Residential Mortgage Inc
Richard Maloney
(864) 242‑1401
306 W. Stone Ave.
Greenville, SC 29609

RE/MAX Reach
Jeremy Russell
787 E. Butler Rd., Ste. E
Mauldin, SC 29662
(864) 250-4440

Rosewood Communities
Sandra Nyblom
(864) 430‑7835 | (864) 200‑2470
109 D Regency Commons Dr.
Greer, SC 29650

Sally Ballentine Realtor – Coldwell Banker Caine
Sally Ballentine
(864) 561‑7011
Simpsonville, SC 29681

Sandra Palmer – Berkshire Hathaway C. Dan Joyner Realtors
Sandra Palmer
(864) 313‑7193
672 B Fairview Rd.
Simpsonville, SC 29680

Apartment Communities

535 Brookwood Apartments
Janice Thompson
(864) 228‑2028 | (864) 228‑2026
535 Brookwood Point Pl., Rental Office
Simpsonville, SC 29681

Arbors at Brookfield Apartment Homes
Jamie Moran
(864) 458‑8363 | (864) 297‑5447
782 E. Butler Rd., Ste.100
Mauldin, SC 29662

Ardmore at the Park
Candis Smith
(864) 283‑6292
805 Mauldin Rd.
Greenville, SC 29607

Avana at Carolina Point-Greystar
(864) 254‑9047 | (864) 254‑9883
201 Carolina Point Pkwy.
Greenville, SC 29607

Ballantyne Commons
Samantha Barthelmes
(864) 757‑8802
5001 Ballantyne Dr.
Simpsonville, SC 29680

Gleneagle Apartments–Bridge RE Group
Carol Campbell
(864) 299‑1000 | (864) 299‑9618
1011 W. Butler Rd.
Greenville, SC 29607

Hawthorne Willowbrook
Shelley Clark
(864) 963‑4663 | (864) 967‑9038
130 Willow Forks Dr.
Simpsonville, SC 29681

Innovation Apartment Homes
Daron Fowler
(864) 675‑1531 | (864) 675‑5079
75 Innovation Dr.
Greenville, SC 29607

Larkspur Pointe Apartments LLC
Jamie Turner
(864) 676‑8070
1000 Knights Spur Ct.
Simpsonville, SC 29681

Palisades of Fountain Inn
Samantha Barthelmes
(864) 724‑2100
2 Palisade Knoll Dr.
Fountain Inn, SC 29644

Terrace at Butler
Candy Mize
(864) 329‑0091
771 E. Butler Rd., Rental Office, Ste. 800
Mauldin, SC 29662

Best Schools in Mauldin

Best Schools in Mauldin Area

Bethel Elementary School
Bethel Elementary School was established between 1801 and 1810; the original school was housed in a one-room log building. In 1916, a two-room school replaced the original building, and the deed was transferred to the board of trustees. The school was built on its present site in 1964 to educate 477 students.

Today, the school sits in the heart of the fastest growing region of South Carolina. Cornfields have given way to housing developments, country roads to highways. The tiny sand-colored school was enlarged to three times its original size in a $6 million expansion in 1995. In 2015, the school celebrated its 50th anniversary. Currently, Bethel School is one of nearly 100 schools in the county; it is located in a growing suburb in the Upstate.

Since 1997, multiage classes have been an innovative option to consider in lieu of a traditional classroom setting. Challenge, the gifted and talented program, is designed to meet the needs of academically gifted and talented students. The Extended Day program offers a service to the school community and provides enriching, structured care for children. It is offered to students in all grade levels from 2:30 to 6 p.m. on school days. Students are provided homework assistance, recreational activities, snack, arts and crafts and access to educational technology. Students utilize Compass Learning in reading and math while attending the program in order to impact academic achievement.

Nerissa Lewis was named principal at Bethel Elementary in July 2014. She holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Winthrop University and a master’s degree in administration and supervision from Furman University. She is a member of the South Carolina Association of School Administrators. Her previous experience includes principal of Mitchell Road Elementary and Baker’s Chapel Elementary, assistant principal, administrative assistant and teacher.

Mauldin Elementary School
Mauldin Elementary School is located in a business/residential area on Holland Road in Simpsonville, South Carolina. The school was once at 101 E. Butler Rd. in Mauldin. The old school was originally built in 1937 and the new school was built in 2002.

Mauldin is one of 52 elementary schools in the School District of Greenville County. The campus includes open and covered playground areas, a ball field and a track. Mauldin Elementary School serves approximately 941 students in pre4-K5 through fifth grade. The majority of the students come from two-parent homes with middle income level. The student population consists of 392 Caucasian, 374 African American, 80 Hispanic, 31 Asian and 64 others. Fifty percent of students qualify for free or reduced meals plan, 10 percent qualify for the gifted/talented program and 13 percent qualify for special education services.

The administration at MES consists of one principal, one assistant principal and one above the baseline administrative assistant. The faculty consists of 39 regular classroom teachers, one full-time reading interventionist, two part-time reading interventionists, one literacy coach, one developmental K5/first/second grade class, one K4 classroom and one preschool special education (moderate) class, along with one full time related arts team and one part-time related arts team.

This school year there are four resource teachers. The school also has one instructional coach, one media specialist, one full-time and one part-time counselor, one full-time speech teacher, one part-time speech teacher, two computer lab managers, two part-time occupational therapists, one part-time ESL teacher and one part-time challenge program teacher. Additional support staff includes one full-time nurse, one attendance clerk, one full-time office clerk, one part-time office clerk, one secretary, six kindergarten aides, four full-time self-contained aides, six full-time custodians and one plant engineer, as well as one food service manager and six food service staff.

Mauldin Middle School
Mauldin Middle School’s goal is to create a collaborative learning community and to prepare all students to become life-long learners who are responsible and productive citizens. A strong partnership with the community helps to make this school so exceptional.

The school opened in 1999 and has almost 1,000 students. The faculty and staff consist of 52 certified teachers, four administrators and 30 staff members. Principal Christopher Kilian is in his third year as principal of the school.

In addition to helping students develop world-class skills and life and career characteristics by their course offerings, the school also integrates technology into their curriculum to improve student learning. All students at Mauldin Middle School are issued Chromebooks to enhance the degree of learning.

The academic program at Mauldin Middle School is extremely competitive and students have the opportunity to take multiple courses for high school credit. Students may embark in a more rigorous course load by advancing to Algebra I, Geometry, English 1, Spanish, Google Basics and Multi-Media Basics for high school credit. Students also have the option of taking many courses through the virtual program, allowing them to take more AP courses once they enter high school.

Students have two periods of related arts each school day, giving them the opportunity to to explore areas in which they are passionate. Students also have “flex time” during the school day, which is a period of additional instructional time set aside specifically for teachers to meet students where they are academically. Students receive either assistance in a content area in which they are struggling, enrichment in a content area in which they are excelling or individualized guidance in completing their assigned academic tasks from teachers.

Mauldin Middle School students have the opportunity to participate in many extracurricular activities, including basketball, softball, baseball, soccer, volleyball, National Junior Beta Club, Lego Robotics, Sandlapper Club, Girl’s Science Club, Youth in Government, Battle of the Brains, Student Council, Be A Fan Club, STEP Team, Yearbook, school music and drama performances, band, strings, choral competitions and concerts.

Mauldin High School
What is a maverick? A maverick is someone who “exhibits great independence in thought and action.” According to new Mauldin High School principal Mike Peake, “What makes the school so special is our students. We are blessed to have our students.”

Mauldin High School mavericks in the class of 2017 graduated ready to change the world. With over $14.8 million in college scholarships, these students have gone on to study at colleges and universities around the state and country, and it was the outstanding, rigorous, and student-centered education offered to them that enabled their success.

With a graduation rate above 94 percent (and 90 percent of those students attending two- or four-year colleges), Excellent Absolute Rating on the South Carolina School Report Card for six consecutive years, Palmetto Gold Awards for General Excellence and Closing the Gap, six national merit semi-finalists, 72 AP Scholars, 29 AP Scholars with Honors, 53 AP Scholars with Distinction, seven AP National Scholars, 37 Palmetto Fellows, nine Teaching Fellows Scholarships over two years and National Beta Club School of Merit recognitions, Mauldin High School graduates well-educated and civic-minded young people equipped to meet the needs of an ever-changing world.

Academically, students at Mauldin High School have varied and diverse opportunities to prepare for life outside of the classroom. Each classroom has a smart board, and the school became a Greenville County pilot school for integrating personalized and student-centered learning by providing each student with a Chromebook. Teachers participated in relevant professional development to prepare for teaching familiar content in new and technologically enhanced ways, preparing students for the technological demands of living, learning and working in the 21st century. The ready access to technology, supported by grants from the PTSA, has allowed the school to increase participation in areas like STEM and health sciences.

Additionally, students earn college credits while still enrolled in high school through AP courses as well as dual credit classes, and many students explore other opportunities with partner schools such as Donaldson Center, the Fine Arts Center, Golden Strip Career Center, and Greenville Tech Jump Start.

With marked success and achievement already, what does the future hold for Mauldin High School? Principal Peake is working to create stronger connections with the Mauldin community. By restructuring orientation and open house to be more family centered, the school is becoming more accessible and open. He also is strengthening connections with colleges and universities as well as programs of occupational training to increase participation in Greenville County’s G+ model, an initiative that enables Mauldin High School students to graduate with more than just a high school diploma.

Area School Listings

Children in South Carolina are required by law to attend public or private school from age 5 until their 17th birthday, unless the parent or legal guardian signs a waiver. Waiver forms are available at local schools.

Children who will be 5 years old on or before Sept. 1 must enroll in public or private kindergarten unless the parent or legal guardian signs a waiver. Children who will be 6 years old on or before Sept. 1 must enroll in first grade. Children who will be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1 may qualify for 4K programs offered at schools and centers in Greenville County.

To enroll a new student in kindergarten or first grade, a parent must present the following at registration: birth certificate, properly completed immunization certificate or religious exemption certificate and proof of residence.

Parents are encouraged to register new students before the first day of classes. To determine where your child will go to school, call (864) 355-3100 or visit www.

Students are required to attend at least 85 days of each 90-day semester and at least 170 days each 180-day course as well as meet all minimum requirements for each course.

For registration, bus schedules or other information regarding local public schools, call The School District of Greenville County at (864) 241-3100 or visit


Bethel Elementary School
111 Bethel School Rd., Simpsonville
(864) 355-4100

Greenbrier Elementary School
853 Log Shoals Rd., Greenville
(864) 355-5300

Lead Academy Public Charter School
804 Mauldin Road, Greenville
Phone: (864) 770-1790

Mauldin Elementary School
1194 Holland Rd., Simpsonville
(864) 355-3700

Monarch Elementary School
224 Five Forks Rd., Simpsonville
(864) 452-0600

Oakview Elementary School
515 Godfrey Rd., Simpsonville
(864) 355-7100


Beck Academy of International Studies
901 Woodruff Rd., Greenville
(864) 355-1400

Hillcrest Middle School
510 Garrison Rd., Simpsonville
(864) 355-6100

Lead Academy Public Charter School
804 Mauldin Road, Greenville
Phone: (864) 770-1790

Langston Charter
1950 Woodruff Rd., Greenville
(864) 286-9700

Mauldin Middle School
1190 Holland Rd., Simpsonville
(864) 355-6770


Brashier Middle College Charter
1830 W. Georgia Rd., Simpsonville
(864) 757-1800

J.L. Mann Academy
160 Fairforest Wy., Greenville
(864) 355-6300

Mauldin High School
701 E. Butler Rd., Mauldin
(864) 355-6500


Golden Strip Career Technology Center
1120 E. Butler Rd., Greenville
(864) 355-1050


Christ Church Episcopal School
245 Cavalier Dr., Greenville
(864) 299-1522

Upper School
567 Wenwood Rd., Greenville
(864) 331-4225

Middle School
555 Wenwood Rd., Greenville
(864) 331-4252

Lower School
245 Cavalier Dr., Greenville
(864) 331-4281

Greenville Classical Academy
2519 Woodruff Rd., Simpsonville
(864) 329-9884

Montessori School of Mauldin
205 E. Butler Rd., Ste. B, Mauldin
(864) 288-8613

Primrose School of Simpsonville at Five Forks
2255 Woodruff Rd., Simpsonville
(864) 757-1191

St. Joseph’s Catholic School
100 St. Joseph’s Dr., Greenville
(864) 234-9009

Shannon Forest Christian School
829 Garlington Rd., Greenville
(864) 678-5107

Post-secondary Education

Colleges, universities, technical schools and other schools serving the area include: Anderson College, Bob Jones University, Brown Mackie College, Clemson University, Converse College, ECPI College of Technology, Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Furman University, Greenville Technical College, ITT Technical Institute, North Greenville College, Presbyterian College, Southern Wesleyan University, Spartanburg Methodist College, Spartanburg Technical College, Tri-County Technical College, University of South Carolina-Upstate, Webster University Greenville, Wofford College.

Health and Wellness

Greenville Health System
Simpsonville Medical Campus
Hillcrest Memorial Hospital
729 SE Main St., Simpsonville, SC 29681
(864) 454-6100

For more than 50 years, Greenville Health System has served as the Golden Strip’s premier health care resource with its Simpsonville Medical Campus. Health care professionals are leading the way in transforming patient care through programs that offer the right care in the right place at the right time. Located on the Simpsonville Medical Campus, Hillcrest Memorial Hospital specializes in short stay and outpatient surgical procedures and has the proud distinction of being certified as the Upstate’s first Center of Excellence in bariatric surgery. The hospital provides 24-hour emergency service and is staffed by the same board-certified physicians who rotate throughout all hospital emergency departments, ensuring access to the highest quality of care. The hospital also provides a variety of imaging and laboratory services, keeping access to care close to home. Adjacent to the hospital is a medical office building that offers convenient access to primary and specialty care, and houses internists, pediatricians, orthopedists. OB/GYN, general and colorectal surgeons and other physician groups. Simpsonville Medical Campus offers patients and their loved ones the full circle of care. Its wellness, outreach and education efforts are aimed at keeping you healthy and out of the hospital, but it is comforting to know that if you require medical services, it provides 360 degree care, 365 days a year.

GHS Cancer Institute
Various locations
(864) 455-7070

GHS Cancer Institute is a recognized regional multi-disciplinary center offering research, advanced patient trials and patient-centered care including chemotherapy and radiation oncology, outpatient support services including an oncology rehab-and-exercise program and an education center. It includes the Institute for Translational Oncology Research paving the way for new breakthroughs in rapid drug development, diagnostic discovery and advanced cancer care. Its Blood and Marrow Transplant Program offers continuing accreditation by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy for autologous stem cell transplantation and collection.

Bon Secours St. Francis Health System
St. Francis Downtown
1 St. Francis Dr.
Greenville, SC 29601
(864) 255-1000

Bon Secours St. Francis Health System includes two acute-care hospitals in Greenville, St. Francis Downtown and St. Francis Eastside. St. Francis Downtown includes a 245-bed hospital and the St. Francis Outpatient Center. This location offers an Emergency room, cardiac services, inpatient cancer services, bone marrow transplantation center, orthopaedic surgery, osteoporotic fracture program, spine surgery, neurosurgery, radiology and imaging services, sleep center, outpatient surgery, laboratory services and more.

St. Francis Eastside includes a 93-bed hospital and two medical office buildings. Services offered at this location include an emergency room, labor and delivery, neonatal care unit, joint replacement surgery, joint camp program, orthopaedic surgery, surgical weight loss program, general medical and surgical care, critical care, imaging, mammography, breast health center, wound healing center, physical therapy and physician offices.

Open Arms Hospice, a ministry of Bon Secours, operates the McCall Hospice House on Georgia Road in Simpsonville. Our St. Francis Millennium campus, bordering Mauldin on Laurens Road, is home to HealThy Self Fitness and Weight Loss, a sleep center, diabetes services, cardiac testing, outpatient rehabilitation, laboratory services, radiology services, physician offices and more. Also located at the St. Francis Millennium campus is the St. Francis Cancer Center, a free standing outpatient cancer center offering cancer care all under one roof.

Bon Secours Open Arms Hospice
1836 West Georgia Road
Simpsonville, SC 29680
(864) 688-1700 F: (864) 688-1705

Bon Secours St. Francis Health System also offers specialized health programs to meet business, community and individual health needs. These include St. Francis Home Care, WorkWell Occupational Health Program, Urgent Care, Community Ministries and Community Wellness and LifeWise, a membership lifestyle and health enrichment program for adults age 50 and over.

Bon Secours St. Francis
Cancer Center at Millennium
104 Innovation Dr.
Greenville, SC 29607
(864) 603-6200

Located at St. Francis Millennium the 65,000-square foot cancer treatment center is a high-touch, high-tech healing environment. Every aspect of the building is informed by evidence-based design and the latest research on what improves treatment outcomes. The design encourages a sense of control and optimism among patients and their families, while supporting a multidisciplinary, team-based approach to care. By centralizing outpatient cancer treatment in one location, the center eliminates stress-inducing travel for patients in treatment, incorporating the latest advances in cancer treatment all under one roof.

Bon Secours St. Francis Health System
St. Francis Eastside
125 Commonwealth Dr.
Greenville, SC 29615
(864) 675-4101

Bon Secours – Carolina Orthopedic Center
Darius Samii
209 Patewood Dr.
Greenville, SC 29615
(864) 234-9900

Physical Therapy

St. Francis Therapy
Matt Brandel
2 Innovation Drive, Suite 250
(864) 400-3630

Urgent Care Center

Bon Secours Express Care
75 East McBee Ave.
(864) 241-5199

AFC Urgent Care – Bon Secours @ Augusta Street
1800 Augusta St., Ste. B
(864) 412-7812

AFC Urgent Care – Bon Secours @ Woodruff Road
1467 Woodruff Rd., Ste. C

AFC Urgent Care – Bon Secours @ Cherrydale
3213 N. Pleasantburg Dr., Ste. E2
(864) 467-2005

AFC Urgent Care – Bon Secours @ Greer
1494 W. Hampton Blvd., Ste. C, Greer
(864) 849-8999

AFC Urgent Care – Bon Secours @ Simpsonville
3930 Grandview D., Ste. B, Simpsonville
(864) 757-5059

Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System

Gibbs Cancer Center &Research Institute
2759 S. Hwy. 14
Greer, S.C. 29651
(864) 530-6400

Gibbs Cancer Center & Research Institute at Pelham Medical Center is expanding with a new facility, which will be complete in 2018. Ground was broken in 2016 for the $65 million cancer center, which will be 198,000 square feet and seven stories. With cancer treatment and support services under one roof, the new facility will also house research, education and a healing environment for patients. Numerous physicians will collaborate to incorporate technology across the fields of research and treatment to ensure that every patient receives the best personalized cancer care possible.

The facility also includes a medical office building and the Pelham Ambulatory Surgery Center, Greer’s first freestanding outpatient surgery center, and is a joint venture between local physicians and Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System.

Pelham Medical Center
25 Westmoreland Rd
Greer, SC 29651
(864) 530-6000

Patients find compassion, quality care and low wait times when they walk through the doors of Pelham Medical Center’s emergency room.

Located at the intersection of Westmoreland Road and Highway 14 in Greer, Pelham Medical Center is one of Greer’s most sought after medical facilities when it comes to convenience, access and prompt care.

As part of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, skilled physicians, clinical teams and support staff contribute to the medical center’s national certification in care. The hospital consistently earns high patient satisfaction scores and is nationally recognized for these efforts.

Pelham Medical Center is a 48-bed facility that provides services for a wide range of medical needs, including surgery, intensive care, emergency services, world-class cancer treatment and primary care. The center has a full array of outpatient and diagnostic services, and operating suites. All emergency room physicians are board-certified in emergency medicine and are prepared to handle all emergencies.

In 2015, Pelham Medical Center was certified with Primary Stroke Certification from the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program and is Greer’s only primary stroke center.

Pelham Medical Center was recently recognized as one of 100 companies and organizations named The Best Places to Work in Healthcare for 2016 by Modern Healthcare. One of the medical center’s achievements is the teamwork embedded in the workplace, starting with hiring committed and passionate personnel, followed by careful training.

Adjacent to Pelham Medical Center is Gibbs Cancer Center & Research Institute at Pelham. Gibbs delivers comprehensive, personalized cancer care to patients in one convenient location. Gibbs specializes in medical oncology and radiation oncology. Along with prevention, diagnosis and treatment, Gibbs also offers genetic counseling, a center for health and healing and a cancer survivor program.

The cancer center also offers patient navigators, who support cancer patients and make their experience easier by coordinating appointments, communicating with families and health care providers, arranging transportation, providing financial support paperwork, and arranging language interpreters. For more information, visit