Many or our public disclosure resources are collected here.

GSSM Title IX Policy

The SC Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics, as required by Title IX of the Education amendments of 1972 and its corresponding regulations (“Title IX”), does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs or activities.

Reports of sexual harassment may be made at any time to the Title IX Coordinator, including during non-business hours, by telephone, email (using the Contact link found under Title IX Coordinator on their profile page) or by mail to their office at 401 Railroad Ave, Hartsville, SC 29550. GSSM's Title IX Coordinator is Mr. Brock Heron.

GSSM Title IX Policy (pdf)      Title IX Roles

School Report Card

Each year, the State Department of Education (SDE) releases its State Report Card for each school and district. Specialized schools like GSSM are challenged to describe their programs and improvements in terms comparable to normal schools and districts. We work closely with our SDE partners each year to create a report that is informative and reflective of our mission. We are pleased to share the most recent report card below.

2020-21 GSSM State Report Card

GSSM Schedule of Fees

GSSM's residential and virtual programs are tuition-free. Families may be asked to contribute to actual costs associated with the meal plan and optional travel and program expenses. It is important to remember that admission to GSSM's residential and virtual programs are need-blind and that no student admitted to these programs will be denied permission due to inability to pay a fee. Financial aid provided to students is made possible due to the generosity of alumni, families, and businesses who provide these funds through the GSSM Foundation. Our Outreach camps may charge tuition to recover a portion of our operating costs.

GSSM Schedule of Fees

GSSM Board of Trustees

Regularly scheduled meetings of the GSSM Board of Trustees are published a year in advance and public notice is given again no less than two weeks before each meeting. Agendas for each meeting are posted no less than 24 hours before each meeting.

Board of Trustees Meetings

Limited Use Charge Cards

GSSM is a state agency that uses limited use, charge cards to procure certain allowable goods and services. State regulations require that these charges be made available to the public for purposes of fiscal transparency. The SC Comptroller General's office publishes charge card activity monthly for all participating agencies, including GSSM.

Review Charge Card Use

SC Sex Offender Registry

The SC Sex Offender Registry linked below is published and maintained by the SC State Law Enforcement Division (SLED).

SC Sex Offender Registry