Class of 2018 Color Yearbook Ads

Space is limited. First come, first served!
Early Bird Special: Thursday, Sept. 14th, 2017

Discounted pricing: 1/2 page Ad $145 | 1/4 page Ad $115 | 1/8 page Ad $65
Final Deadline: Thursday, October 5th, 2017
Regular pricing: 1/2 page Ad $160 | 1/4 page Ad $130 | 1/8 page Ad $80

To order a Senior Yearbook Ad, please e-mail the yearbook staff, moderated by SJCS Computer Science Teacher Jen Collins, at with the following information:

  1. Indicate the size of the Ad (1/2 page, 1/4 page, 1/8 page ad)
    1. 1/2 page size- 6 5/8 in. by 4 3/8 in.*
    2. 1/4 page size- 3 1/4 in. by 4 3/8 in.*
    3. 1/8 page size- Business Card size, 3 1/4 in. by 2 in.*
      *Sizes are approximate
  2. State the name of the senior as it should appear in the Ad
  3. Provide the text for your message to the senior
  4. Attach photos to be included in the Ad (Hard copies will not be accepted)
    1. Scan each image individually to increase the file size
    2. 6 photos or less for 1/2 page ad | 3 photos or less for 1/4 page ad | 1 photo for
    3. 1/8 page ad
Senior Ad example from the 2017 yearbook

Layout and design is different year from year
ad example

Once your e-mail is received you will get a confirmation e-mail from the yearbook staff and your student account will be charged. Because this is a student run class please allow 48 hours (M-F) for the e-mail since classes do not meet every day.

The yearbook staff will design the Ads using your photos and message. Please keep in mind that the more you write the smaller the photos will appear in the Ad. Senior Yearbook Ads are our first deadline in October so it is imperative that you turn in your Ads on time.

If you do not have digital files of your senior, you can take them to Staples, FedEx, etc. to have them scanned or scan them yourself at home. If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail the staff at

Only one Ad per senior may be purchased to allow space for all seniors.

Remember that space is limited. Submitting an ad does not guarantee a spot in the yearbook so get yours in early!

We are looking forward to helping you create a lasting memory for your senior!

SJCS Yearbook Staff

SJCS Carline Drop-Off/Pick-up Information

Middle School (MS) Drop-off/Pick-up:

Carpools (parents) that are dropping off a middle school student are to use the MS carline that is located in the back of the school off of Ridge Rd. (next to the football stadium). **If your carpool includes a MS AND HS student, please use the MS drop-off.  This will help alleviate the HS carline.

The Front Admin Lot is NOT to be used for AM drop off of or PM pickup during the carline timeframe. The added traffic and illegally parked vehicles block the Fire Lane and impede access to the building in case of emergency. Please obey these rules for the safety of all the students and staff and to help keep carline flowing smoothly. You will be asked to vacate the admin lot if you are illegally parked which may result in moving to the end of carline.

High School (HS) Drop-off:

Carpools (parents) that are dropping off only HS students are to use the front entrance and drop off at the sidewalk by the gym and the HS entrance. Please drive around the student parking lot and pull down the last row past the buses and around to the HS entrance. We ask that parents continue to fill in on the LEFT side until they get to the little white “NO PARKING” sign. Once space is filled to the small white sign, please line up on the RIGHT SIDE starting at the speed bump. We do understand that it would be much less confusing if we simply followed the laws of traffic and took the first right into the student lot, picked our student up then exited towards the back of the lot by the buses all while staying on the right side of the road. The reason we don’t do this is because law enforcement has requested that we have as many cars as possible in our driveway and not on St. Joseph’s Drive due to the large trucks entering and exiting Carmax and regular traffic trying to get through. Our current car line procedure allows for the greatest number of cars in the parking lot. We will have a staff member at the top of the hill (at the speed bump) directing traffic, allowing for people to make the left turn to exit, and allowing for drivers to transition over to the left side. Please see the HS Dismissal Map for details.

The Front Admin Lot is NOT to be used for AM drop off of or PM pickup during the carline timeframe. The added traffic and illegally parked vehicles block the Fire Lane and impede access to the building in case of emergency. Please obey these rules for the safety of all the students and staff and to help keep carline flowing smoothly. You will be asked to vacate the admin lot if you are illegally parked which may result in moving to the end of carline.

HS Student Drivers (Juniors & Seniors):

Please make sure that you have your parking permit visible on your car window in the front drivers side window. Beginning August 30 you will receive a parking violation if your pass is not properly displayed in your car window. These permits are static rather than a traditional sticker, so if you have another car that you might possibly drive one day, please transfer the sticker to that car and fill out another form with the car information and turn it into Dr. Jones’ office. If you do not follow the rules set out for you, the consequences are as follows:

  • 1st offense – written warning documented in Renweb
  • 2nd  offense – After-School Detention
  • 3rd  offense – Loss of driving privileges for 2 weeks
  • 4th  offense – Loss of driving privileges for rest of the semester
Late Stay Pick-up:

Students must be picked up in the MS lot. Call Mrs. Quinones when you arrive and she will send your child out.

Parent2Parent Groups Forming


  • Would you like to meet and get to know a few other St. Joseph’s parents?
  • Would you like some advice or ideas on how to become a more effective parent?
  • Would you like to figure out if it’s “just your kid” or if other kids act in similar ways?
  • Or, are you simply in need of a little support, encouragement, and fellowship with other parents?

If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then the newly forming Parent-2-Parent program at St. Joseph’s might be just for you.

This small group, discussion-based program had been an important part of family outreach and support at St. Joseph’s in the past. It is now starting up again.

The plan is to form several small Parent-2-Parent groups which will meet monthly at the homes of volunteers. Each meeting will begin with a prayer and include a short presentation, which will then be discussed by the group, with parents having the opportunity to share their experiences as well as learn from the experiences of other parents.

Some of the topics to be covered will be:

  • Student Anxiety: How Much Pressure is too Much?
  • Effects of Teen Screen Time and Can It Be Helped?
  • Friendships, Dating, and Other Relationships: What Boundaries are Needed?
  • In the Age of Social Media: Helping Our Children Develop a Healthy Self-Image
  • Creating a Home with Open Communication
  • And more. . .

There will be an information meeting at St. Joseph’s at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, September 12 in the JPII Center. We will explain further how the program works, as well as begin the process of forming groups and establishing meeting times and locations.
If you cannot attend the meeting but would still like to be involved, or would like more information, contact Tami Kiser.

In Loving Memory of Sandy Greaves

Dear Friends,

SG 1999It is with sadness that I inform you that Mrs. Sandy Greaves, St. Joseph’s first school administrator passed away yesterday. As many of you know, Sandy was the glue who held the school together during its early years. It’s hard to imagine St. Joseph’s existing today without her leadership during our formative years.

I can’t help but think that Sandy is among “the great cloud of witnesses” (from our theme for this 25th Anniversary Year) who will be encouraging and helping us in our efforts with our students. Sandy was passionate about student success and a great champion of those who needed a little extra help and encouragement. Let’s do keep her and her family in our prayers.

We will offer a memorial Mass for her on September 28th, so please watch for details in the coming weeks.

All the best,

Keith Kiser

In Memory of Sandra Ann Greaves

Sandra “Sandy” Greaves, 66, of Greenville, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, August 24, 2017.

She is survived by her husband, Paul Greaves; her son Andrew “Andy” Greaves; her father, Lloyd Allen Burner; and her brother, Allen Burner.

She was proceeded in death by her son Stephen Greaves; and her mother Peggy Burner.

Visitation will be held on Monday, August, 28, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. at North Hills Church at 4952 Edwards Road, Taylors, SC 29687 with services following at 1:30 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Frank and Kathy King, missionaries in Italy, c/o Biblical Ministries Worldwide, 1595 Herrington Road, Lawrenceville, GA 30043.

Friday: Back-to-School Potluck Tailgate and Football Game

Help us celebrate the first week of school, meet new friends, and fuel up to cheer on our SJCS Varsity Football Team as they take on the Hickory Hawks at our First-Ever
Back-to-School All-School-Wide Potluck Tailgate!

WHEN: Friday, August 25th 5:30PM-7:00PM

WHERE: Outside Basketball Court next to the Storage Building (aka the court
by ‘The Scary Building’)

WHAT TO BRING: SJCS Parents Guild, Jubilate Guild and Athletic Boosters will
be providing FREE hot dogs, condiments, plates, flatware, and napkins.
There is no cost to attend though we ask that you bring …

If your last name begins with…
A-C Individual serving bags of chips (snack size)
D-H Dessert (no nuts, please)
I-N Side Dish (fruit, salads, antipasto, veggies, etc..)
O-Z Case of Bottled Water

Questions? Please contact Rachel Neubauer in the Development Office.

Fall Play Auditions This Week

Failure: A Love Story

Tuesday, August 22 – 4:00-6:00 PM
Wednesday, August 23 – 6:00-8:00 PM
Thursday, August 24 – 3:15-5:15 PM

The names of students needed for callbacks will be posted on the Scene Shop door by Thursday’s HS Lunch period. Every student auditioning should be available for the callbacks in case they are needed for additional scene reading.

All Auditions will take place in the St. John Paul II Center; entry should be made
through the HS student entrance. 

Audition Form & Rehearsal Schedule


It’s 1928 at “Fail Clock Works” on the corner of Lumber and Love, where the Fail girls and
John N. have continued the family business. By the end of the year, all three Fail sisters will be dead from blunt object, disappearance, and consumption. This magical fable, narrated by a chorus, follows the story of Nelly, Jenny June, and Gerty as they live out their lives above the family clock repair shop near the Chicago River, before their time unexpectedly runs out. Highlighting the themes of life, grief, love, and mortality, this story shows that, in the end, the power of love is far greater than any individual’s successes or failures.

Cast Needs

Ensemble of actors who will narrate the story of the Fail Family and also take on a variety of additional roles throughout the story, often times personifying inanimate objects/animals (gramophone, clocks, parakeets, snake, dog, etc.), along with other cameo characters including Mr. & Mrs. Fail

Nelly Fail:
The youngest of the Fail sisters – youthful energy, loves to dance – the first sister to die

Jenny June Fail:
The middle Fail sister – competitive swimmer – the second sister to die

Gertrude Fail:
The eldest Fail sister – manages the family business and cares for siblings – the last sister to die

John N. Fail:
The adopted brother – considered not very good with people, but a friend to animals

Mortimer Mortimer:
Stranger who comes to town and whose world is changed by the Fail girls

The process for auditioning for any production at St. Joseph’s Catholic School can be intimidating. Be assured that each student is judged on his/her own abilities and every child regardless of grade level has equal opportunity to earn a role. This production is open to High School students only. For this production, we will need an ensemble cast willing to work together as specific characters and as a chorus of storytellers to bring the elements of the Fail family’s story together. While not everyone who auditions will be able to be cast in the show, you are all encouraged to be a part of the production process by working front-of-house or with the stage crew.

Review the audition information below and see Ms. McGrath if you have any questions.

For all those auditioning:
  • You must complete an audition form and bring it to your selected audition date.
    • Realize that the audition form requires a parent signature and it is most helpful if you are specific when listing your conflict dates.
  • Attend one audition (August 22 or 23) for the entire duration of the audition and be available to attend the callback audition on August 24. You can sign up for a day on the Scene Shop door.
  • You must be prepared to do a cold reading and narrate a portion of the story, and create the personification a clock.
The Actual General Audition Process:
  • All auditioners will assemble on stage at the start time listed above
    • Remember: early (and prepared) is on time!
      • Anytime you audition, it is important to make a good impression – be on time, prepared, dressed to impress, and act professionally – Refer to the Audition Guidelines for specific details
    • Keep in mind that your audition form should be completed (with parent signature and potential conflicts) and ready to turn in prior to the start of the audition time.
  • Please be specific when listing your conflict
  • All will be asked to:
    • participate in basic warm-ups and possibly a theatre game
    • perform cold readings (monologues and scenes) from the script
    • Be prepared to personify a clock and its sounds (please avoid a cuckoo clock), narrate a portion of the story, and you may be asked to sing the Chorus of “Let Me Call You Sweetheart”.
  • Auditions will end promptly at the time listed above

Auditioners can pick up their audition letters from the Stage Manager outside Ms. McGrath’s office at 3:00 P.M. on Monday, August 28. This letter will inform you if you have or have not been cast in the show; if cast, it will also tell you your role. Additionally, in this envelope will be a critique sheet from your audition. These critiques are not for the purpose of comparing yourself with others, nor will they explain why you did or did not earn a particular role. Rather these critiques are for your use in preparing for future auditions and/or to assist you in your own performance in Failure: A Love Story. If the cast packets are not ready at this time, they will be available at 3:00 P.M. the following afternoon (August 29).

The audition is judged in terms of the following:

  • Commitment to the Role: ease/genuine connection in performance; ability to work as an ensemble
  • Vocal energy: vocal control, projection, tone, etc.; the ability to use good stage speech free of regional dialects; awareness of language in phrasing; and inflection; ability to use voice in storytelling
  • Stage Presence: physical control, ease and freedom of movement; physical characterization – dress comfortably so that you can move more easily.
  • Believability, as evident in the depth of concentration and internal technique during performance; honesty and belief of emotions without “forcing;” and the demonstration of a sense of truth.
  • Listening, Reacting, and Connecting to the others in your scene – all performance is based in relationships and it’s important to create these in your audition scenes.
  • Flexibility – as evidenced by your ability to take critique and apply it to your performance.
  • The use of the 12 Guideposts of acting:
    • Relationship: What is your relationship with the other character in the scene and how do you feel about this person at this moment?
    • Conflict: What are you fighting for? Find the maximum conflict and fight for it.
    • Moment Before: What has just happened prior to this moment – who are you and where (or what) are you coming from? The more specific these choices are for you, the more active your performance will be.
    • Humor: Equals “hope”; where is the possibility? Humor exists even in the humorless.
    • Opposites: For each choice a character makes, the opposite is also true and needs to exist in the scene.
    • Discoveries: What is new? No matter how many times you read the same scene, have an awareness of everything as if experiencing for the first time.
    • Communication & Competition: Communication is a circle and can only work two ways – make sure your message to the other is clear in the communication and that the other has received the message; as the receiver, make sure the sender knows the message has received. Competition – plays are about moments that are important enough to fight for – show the fight.
    • Importance: Find what is important to you and fight for it in order to raise the stakes.
    • Events: What are the events and how do they affect you? Every major change will also cause minor changes, which will affect the scene and characters. What event in this moment will result in relationships and give importance to the event?
  • Place: Know where you are, where things are around you, and how you feel about it – it will enhance the rhythm of your scene.
  • Game Playing & Role Playing: Each character adjusts to the roles they are put in for a given situation (same character, just a different situation) – Games are real; roles are necessary to deal with reality.
  • Mystery & Secret: Add what it is you don’t know and cannot explain. Explore what is not answered and might not ever be answered – Don’t play the end before you get there; play to win; play to get what you’re fighting for.
Audition Guidelines
  • Read audition notice carefully to know where to be and when, what to prepare, and the audition process.
  • Get to know the play research story and characters.
  • Prepare what is necessary for the audition practice cold readings by reading aloud and moving when you read; make active choices for the character.
  • Be preparedon time and with completed audition form ready and signed; have necessary material prepared (songs, dances, or other material as required).
  • Dress appropriately – wear comfortable, yet nice-looking clothing and shoes you can move/dance in (no bare feet or flip-flops!). Keep your hair out of your face.
  • Be prompt, if not early, and ready to go – warm-up before you come to the audition. Turn off cell phones, etc.
  • Remember that your audition begins the moment you enter the theatre space. First impressions are important!treat every audition as though it is your first!
    • In most audition scenarios, you have 10 seconds to make an impression – use it the best you can.
  • Be professional, courteous, and patient – Do not begin until the Director is ready and you are ready.
  • Be friendly and respectful – Smile! Be happy to be there and let the Director know it!
  • Enter with confidence – Take the stage and claim your space.
  • Do not be afraid to ask questions – Relax – Do not rush yourself – Take the time to show who you are
  • Make certain you are heard.
  • Look at others on stage with you (when applicable) – do not look directly at the Director. Keep head up, posture straight, and react truthfully.
  • If you make a mistake, don’t apologize – keep going.
  • Listen and react – Be creative and receptive to new ideas – Be eager to accept and apply notes – Learn from each audition.
  • Smile!

Stronger auditions and readings occur when actor is…

  • Truthful in their performance, acting and reacting.
  • Playing strong, well-defined objectives.
  • Connecting with and reacting to others.
  • Committing to the work (not the glory).
  • Varying tactics to achieve objective.
  • Making strong, bold choices that are based in the text.
  • Showing physical awareness (creating stage pictures and exploring levels).
  • Taking risks.
  • Focused.

2017 YIG Conference Leaders Named

Congratulations to the following SJCS high school YIG members for being selected for leadership positions to the 2017 Youth in Government Conference.  These positions are competitively applied for and selected based on a set of criteria determined by the YIG staff and upon recommendation of the school’s YIG advisor.

Riley Fesler, senior, Associate Supreme Court Justice; Brandon Vogt, senior, Governor’s Staff; Caroline Wright, Lucas Baumgarten, Mary Corasaniti, & Jeffrey Woodward seniors, Committee Chair; Emily Brady & Hallie Palms, juniors, Committee Chair; Anna Scott Gardner, Madison Koontz & Jonathon Monts, juniors, Committee-Co-Chair; Holly Edenfield, junior, Clerk.

Celebrating 25 Years of Forming Minds, Heart, and Souls

The 2017-2018 school year marks 25 years since St. Joseph Catholic School opened its doors! During this anniversary year, we invite you to celebrate with us as we look back on a quarter century of memories and milestones. Look for vintage St. Joe’s photos to be appearing, school trivia contests, an anniversary t-shirt, a special video series, and more! Finally, be on the lookout for a save the date to a 25th anniversary party you will NOT want to miss. We look forward to celebrating with you!

SJCS 25th Logo-Color

Used Uniform Sale Aug 15, 17, and 20

The used uniform sale will be held on campus in the Meeting Room on selected evenings the week before school begins. This is the final school year that Educational Outfitters brand uniforms may be worn. Uniform sales will be at the following times:

  • Tuesday, August 15 from 5:00-8:00 PM
  • Thursday, August 17 from 2:00-7:00 PM
  • Sunday, August 20 from 6:00-7:00 PM

Student Summer Travels: South Africa

St. Joseph’s hit the world stage this summer with two separate international student trips, to South Africa in June and Italy in July/August.
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The group visiting South Africa was led by faculty member Leigh Berman, who said of the eighteen travelers who joined her, “Our students had the trip of a lifetime as they opened their hearts and minds to the various people and places we encountered. They were moved by the beauty of the land, the diversity of the people, fauna and flora, and we may even have even eaten (mopane) worms once!”
From visiting Regina Mundi, the largest Roman Catholic Church in SA and a meeting place for those working to overthrow the apartheid regime, to trying their hands at African spear throwing, climbing to the lighthouse at the southernmost point of the African continent, swimming in the Indian Ocean, seeing elephants, lions, buffalo, penguins, warthogs, five different types of antelope and a host of other animals, various exotic flora and fauna including proteas (SA’s national flower), dancing with Zulu dancers, spending a night in a traditional African beehive hut, meeting, talking with, cooking and sharing meals with Zulu, Xhosa and people of Malay descent, learning to introduce themselves in a native language, to spending a day with students at the Inanda Seminary School (the first black, all girls school started by American missionaries in 1853 to help educate young black women in South Africa), they did it all! 
For many of our students, although the scenery was beyond breathtaking, the personal experiences and interactions with locals were what will tie them to Africa for life. The visit to the Inanda Seminary, along with a tour of an African township called Kliptown in Soweto (near Johannesburg) were the most profound part of the trip.  We met well educated people who were living in conditions none of us could imagine – no running water, no electricity and double digit numbers of people living in incredibly small spaces (Kliptown). Our students were struck by the community they saw and that the children seemed happy. At Inanda Seminary School, two of our students were paired with two of the girls and attended several classes together.  We also ate lunch with the students.  Our kids did not want to leave and would happily have stayed on for the rest of our time there. We were all deeply moved by the limited conditions in which the girls live and work – and achieve excellent results. The girls do their own laundry (by hand) and iron their beautifully crisp uniforms on shelves since there are no ironing boards.  They stay four to a “room” (open plan with 23 other girls in the dorm) and do all their own cleaning upkeep.  The assistant principal, a teacher and our bus driver all commented on the love way our students showed to the Inanda girls, how happy the Inanda students were and how the love that our students brought them would sustain them in challenging, lonely times. (The girls can go home only once a term and get homesick, etc.). I was struck during the school visit as I was many other times during our travels at how generous, kind and tender-hearted our students are. While we may not always see this side of our students at school, to a person, they were fully engaged, interested in everything around them, and they thoroughly embodied the mission of the school.  Truly, their minds, hearts, and souls reflected Christ in their interactions with the South African world.
On the trip were:
Ashley Caputo
Tara Conty
Davis Cooney
Cammie Egan
Antonia Gacha
Cece Hendricks
Catalina and Brad Lindstrom
Justin May
Ryan Mclear
Katy Permanente
Weeks Poole
Vanesa Rodriguez
Cian Rusnak
Gabi Sammon
Matthew Snow
Maegan White
Jeffrey Woodward

Student Summer Travels: Italy

SJCS Fine Arts Department sponsored a week-long trip to Italy this summer during July-August.  While the trip was postponed from Spring Break, making it much hotter, everyone had a great time! The highlights of the trip were generally agreed upon as being the papal audience, the Blue Grotto, Assisi, and Florence.  The 29 students, parents, and faculty chaperones all had a great time and a variety of experiences.  Hopefully, this trip will encourage others to travel and to appreciate great art, sculpture, and architecture. Thank you for your support and prayers during our travels!

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2016-17 Spring Sports Awards & Honors

Varsity Boys Baseball (3rd in Region, District Champions)

All-State – Jack Culumovic
All-Region – Jack Culumovic, AJ Minerva, Paul Minerva
Region Player of the Year – Jack Culumovic
North/South Baseball Selection – Jack Culumovic
Greenville News Upstate Sports Award – Jack Culumovic (1st team)

Team Awards
Most Outstanding Player – Anthony Minerva
Knight’s Armor Defense Player – Jack Culumovic
Knight’s Leadership Award – Luke Bynum, Jonathan Monts
Pitcher of the Year – Matthew Marchal

Varsity Boys Golf (1st in Region, 2nd in State)

All-State – Ryan Gorman, Ben Loudermilk, Sean Miller
All-Region- Ryan Gorman, Ben Loudermilk, Sean Miller
Region Player of the Year – Ben Loudermilk
Region Coach of the Year – Mark Matlock
North/South Golf Selection – Sean Miller
Greenville News Upstate Sports Award – Sean Miller (2nd team)
HSSR-SCHSL All State Boys Golf – Sean Miller

Team Awards
MVP – Ben Loudermilk
MVP – Ryan Gorman
Leadership Award – Sean Miller
Newcomer of the Year- Joey Clary

Varsity Boys Lacrosse

All-State – Christian Castillo (1st team)
Lacrosse Coaches Association All-State – Christian Castillo, Luke Bikulege
Greenville News Upstate Sports Award – Christian Castillo (1st team), Luke Bikulege (2nd team)

Team Awards
Offensive MVP – Christian Castillo
Defensive MVP – Grayson Kinsler
Unsung Hero – Christian Gillespy
Most Improved – Peter Baer

Varsity Girls Lacrosse

Greenville News Upstate Sports Award – Monica Frazier (1st team)

Team Awards
Team MVP – Monica Frazier
Offensive MVP – Lizzie Reinstein
Defensive MVP – Mary Corasaniti
Most Improved – Sophie Coburn

Varsity Boys Soccer (1st in Region, 2nd in State)

All-State –Drew Luzzatti, Nathan Meglic, Henry Smith, BJ Tally
All-Region- Alfredo Diaz-Santillian, Drew Luzzatti, Henry Smith, BJ Tally
Region Player of the Year – Drew Luzzatti
Region Coach of the Year – Frank Kucinic
North/South Soccer Selection – Diego Franco
Greenville News Upstate Sports Award – Drew Luzatti (1st team), Henry Smith (2nd team)
HSSR-SCHSL All State Boys Soccer – Nathan Meglic, Henry Smith

Team Awards
MVP Offense – Alfredo Diaz-Santillian
MVP Defense – BJ Tally
Team MVP – Drew Luzzatti
Coaches Award – Diego Franco

Varsity Girls Soccer (1st in Region, 2nd in State)

All-State- CeCe Hendricks
All-Region- Jane Cajka, CeCe Hendricks, Agnes Stanton, Anna Thompson
Greenville News Upstate Sports Award – CeCe Hendricks (2nd team)
Region Player of the Year – CeCe Hendricks
Region Coach of the Year – Rick Morris
HSSR-SCHSL All State Girls Soccer – CeCe Hendricks

Varsity Girls Softball (3rd in Region)

All-Region- Jackie Curry, Megan Palash, Sydney Richardson
Greenville News Upstate Sports Award – Jackie Curry (1st team), Sydney Richardson (2nd team)

Team Awards
Scholar Athlete Award – Jackie Curry
Coaches Award – Megan Palash
All Heart Award – Sydney Richardson

Varsity Boys Tennis (2nd in Region)

All-Region – Maclean Armstrong, Mack Self
State Singles Selection – Maclean Armstrong

Team Awards
MVP – Maclean Armstrong
Leadership – Mack Self
Most Improved – Austin Helmer

Varsity Boys/Girls Track (Boys, 2nd in Region, 1st in State,
Girls 3rd in Region, 8th in State)

Region Track and Field Male Athlete of the Year- Liam Martin
All-State – Annika Bissinger, Ford McCoy, Brendan McTigue, Zac Palmer, Josh Powers
All-Region- Annika Bissinger, Davis Cooney, Quint Greggs, Liam Martin, Ford McCoy, Nick McElveen, Brendan McTigue, Dylan McTigue, Zac Palmer, Jacob Peterman, Josh Powers
SCHSL Class AA Track and Field Coach of the Year – George Carr
Greenville News Upstate Sports Award – Annika Bissinger (2nd team), Ford McCoy (2nd team), Brendan McTigue (2nd team), Zac Palmer (2nd team), Josh Powers (2nd team)
HSSR-SCHSL All State Girls Track – Annika Bissinger
HSSR-SCHSL AA Boys Track Athlete of the Year – Ford McCoy
HSSR-SCHSL AA Boys Track Coach of the Year – George Carr

Team Awards
Girls Track

MVP – Annika Bissinger
Coaches Award – Annamarie Bell
Coaches Award – Madison Turcotte
Most Improved – Averi Brice

Boys Track

MVP – Ford McCoy
Coaches Award – Liam Martin
Coaches Award – Jacob Peterman
Most Improved – Brendan McTigue

Region 1-AA Male Athlete of the Year – Ford McCoy