As we embark on a new fiscal year, we’d like to take a moment to reflect on the last 12 months. Thanks to your generous support of our unique School and mission, we were able to provide GSSM students with outstanding educational opportunities unmatched by any other high school in South Carolina.
Each year, GSSM's senior families host regional gatherings for juniors and their families to get to know each other and the senior families in their part of the state. Join us at one of our nine socials this summer!
GSSM Alum Kathryn (Pedings) Behling '04 shares not only why she gives financially to her Alma Mater, but also the impact GSSM has had on her life and career. We appreciate your continued support, Kathryn!
The GSSM Alumni Association is proud to announce that Shontavia Jackson Johnson '99 is the winner of the 2014 Outstanding Alumnus Award. Read more about Shontavia's accomplishments and time at GSSM here.
GSSM held the 4th annual Alumni Career Day on Saturday, April 5. Students heard about careers ranging from veterinarian to fighter pilot!
More than 400 people attend the annual Townes Award Dinner. Most of the attendees are business and government leaders, along with GSSM parents, faculty, staff and alumni. Only about 20 of the guests are current students. So, one might wonder what students think about attending this fancy event. Wonder no more! Senior Alexis Myers shares her experience at the 2014 Townes Award Dinner.
As the campaign to raise money to provide meals to hungry people draws to a close, GSSM Senior Emily Hattaway shares with us the impact this has effort made on the Hartsville community and world.
The GSSM Alumni Association annually presents the Outstanding Alumnus Award to recognize and honor an exceptional alumnus. Voting is now open for the 2014 award.
Carl Garris, GSSM class of 2013, is now a freshman history major at the University of South Carolina. It is easy to see how living in a dorm during high school would prepare you for college dorm life ... but what about the rest of the transition? It sounds like he hasn't skipped a beat!
What's it like to send your 16 year old to GSSM? Current GSSM Parent Kathy McElvenny (mom of John) shares another blog detailing her experience and emotions adjusting to having her son live two hours away.