Greenville Technical Charter High School

Donate to GTCHS

Donate to GTCHS


Thank you for donating to Greenville Tech Charter High School.  With an investment in GTCHS you will join an effort to redefine what is possible in public education.  Our focus remains solid in producing graduates who are prepared for success in today’s world.  


There are several ways to support GTCHS.  Make sure to note how you would like your donation directed.  


Junior Luncheon     New Building Fund  

             Senior Luncheon

Donate to Spirit Week:

For the 2017-2018 school year, GTCHS aspires to provide a 1:1 technology program by equipping all students and teachers with Chromebooks.  Each Chromebook will cost $75 per person each year.  This is a costly but important expenditure of approximately $39,000 per year.  Chromebooks will provide... 

  • Equality in wireless technology
  • Digital textbooks
  • Interactive content in education
  • Collaboration
  • Equitable access to Google Classroom

 $450 - (6) students

$1,050 - (14) students

$75 - (1) student


Charter Commitment Campaign:  

When you make a donation to GTCHS, you become a partner in education.  Charter schools operate on smaller budgets than district schools, and they do more with less.  But sometimes less is not enough.  We are good on our own, but help us to be GREAT!


$2,000 + GTCHS Stockholder:  Charter Member 

$1,000 + GTCHS Stockholder:  Leadership Circle

$500+ Investor in Education

$250+ Principal's Circle
$99 - $249 Warrior Way




How to Make a Donation


To pay by credit card :  Select the PayPal link "W" to the right of this screen.



To pay by check:

            Mail your donation to:



            Development Office

            PO Box 5616, Mail Stop 1201

            Greenville, SC  29606


For other payment options (stock transfers, planned giving, etc.):

            Please contact Noel Rogers, Business Mgr.  at (864) 250-8949 or



The GTCHS Development Board, administration, faculty and students thank you in advance for your generous investment in the future of our school.


                                   Suzanne Foody

                                                                                                           Director of Development Services