Education

Secondary Level

 

The Greenville ISD is noted for its ability to produce creative, problem solving graduates. Students are provided an opportunity to participate in educational paths designed for their particular area of interest, including college preparation courses. A wide range of special programs are available and designed to meet the collective and individual needs of all students.  


Greenville Independent School District
Enrollment (Oct 2009) 4,956
Campuses Elementary (5) Sixth Grade Center (1) Middle School (1) High School (1) Alternative Learning Center (1) Early Childhood Center (1)
Special High School Programs
Pre-AP/AP programs
Growing dual credit program
Foreign language competition
National Honor Society
UIL academic competitions
Fine Arts competitions
Academic Decathlon
Destination Imagination
Robotics
Tech-Prep Programs
Independent Study Mentorship
Close-UP
Skills USA
Upward Bound
Texas Scholars
Superintendent Scholars
Future Farmers of America
Peer Assisted Leadership
Service Learning
Crimestoppers
Web-Mastering
Career Connections
Horticulture & Floral Design
Source:  Texas Education Association (TEA) & GISD

   


Other Secondary Schools (Private)
The Greenville Christian School
Phoenix School
Mineral Heights Christian Academy
St. Paul’s Episcopal School

 

Higher Educational Institutions


Educational Institutions
Paris Junior College Greenville Campus
Located in Greenville
Approximately 1,200 Students
Two-year institution
Basic college-level courses
Technical & occupational programs
Two-year Associate Degree
Credits transferrable to four-year institution
Texas A&M University Commerce Located 18 miles from Greenville Total enrollment 10,000 (Fall 2010) Four-year institution Bachelor Degree Programs Masters Degree Programs Doctoral Degree Programs