Goose Creek High School
Home of the Gators
February 23, 2018 will be the last day you are able to personalize your Senior yearbook.
This is an additional cost outside of your dues and must be paid directly to Mrs. Scott in room 504. The cost to personalize your yearbook with only your name is $7; icons are an additional $4 each.
February 23, 2018 is the last day to guarantee your yearbook. There will be a limited number of extra copies, if any, available after that date.
This is the final date to personalized yearbooks. The cost to personalize your yearbook with only your name is $7; icons are an additional $4 each.
Digital Citizenship @ Goose Creek High School
All GCHS students participated in the Digital Bytes lessons provided by Common Sense. Students will also be educated throughout the year on internet safety, appropriate internet behavior and other pertinent topics regarding the digital learning environment.
Parents are welcome to use the link below to Common Sense Education to access parental tools.
2018-2019 Berkeley Center for the Arts
The 2018-2019 Berkeley Center for the Arts Enrollment Application is now open.
Who Can Apply? - Rising 9th and 10th grade students
Application Deadline - March 1, 2018
Any Questions, please contact:
Mrs. Christen Swetckie, Administrative Assistant - 843-553-5300 x 1004
Goose Creek High School's
College & Military Wall
If you have been accepted into college please share a picture of your acceptance letter, or you with your acceptance letter to Ms. Glenn to be added to our college wall. If you have committed to a branch of the military share a picture of your contract to be added to our armed services wall. You can share through email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or use the hashtag #latergator on Twitter!
February is CTE Month, and we hope you will help us spread the word and promote our variety of programs.
Berkeley County School District Superintendent Dr. Eddie Ingram is conducting "Community Conversations" to offer an opportunity for the public to share thoughts on the future of BCSD.
The PSM Iron Horse Bottle Rocket Team, made up of 5th and 6th graders, swept the competition at the Storm the Citadel Competition this month.
Philip Simmons Middle, in partnership with the Philip Simmons Family, Foundation and Daniel Island Historical Society has provided all students at PSM with the opportunity to learn more about the school’s namesake, Mr. Philip Simmons.
As a small child, Lesley Creel knew she wanted to be a teacher, but it wasn’t until she reached college that her path became certain.
It was emotional. It was loud. It provided life-saving information, and it was timely.