Spartanburg Schools - Property Records Search
Spartanburg County has seven school districts offering outstanding academic, fine arts, and athletic programs, verified by state and national credentials and accolades. Fitting together like pieces of a puzzle in the heart of the Upstate, the seven Spartanburg School districts function as separate entities with unique programs and district traditions, working cooperatively and competitively on initiatives that advance education county-wide.
Over 45,000 students attend the 75 K-12 Spartanburg County public schools. From preparing children for kindergarten through graduation and beyond to assisting adults in obtaining high school-equivalency diplomas later in life, Spartanburg school districts etch an indelible impression on the citizens of Spartanburg County.
Primary and secondary schools in Spartanburg county are on the cutting edge of technology and innovative teaching strategies, boasting early computer training programs that challenge the academically and artistically gifted, and a well-rounded curriculum that focuses on building skills for students pursuing various education or job tracts. The nine high schools and three career/technology centers complete the secondary educational experience.
Career/technology centers expand course offerings available to juniors and seniors: H.B. Swofford Career center serves Chapman and Landrum high schools (District 1) and Boiling Springs and Chesnee high schools (District 2); Daniel Morgan Technology Center serves Broome High (District 3) and Spartanburg High (District 7); R.D. Anderson Applied Technology Center serves Woodruff High (District 4); Byrnes High (District 5) and Dorman High (District 6)
Superintendents, as well as specific offices from the school districts, meet monthly to discuss educational issues and to collaborate on joint efforts such as school safety and security, Junior Scholars recognition, school calendars, the McCarthy-Teszler school for students with special needs, Scholars Academy (early college), Spartanburg County Alternative School, Adult Learning Center, and Spartanburg county Adult Education.
Our schools are steeped in traditional values but focused on the future. Their Southern hospitality is as ubiquitous as sweet iced tea in summer, evidenced in the number of Red Carpets awarded for family-friendly South Carolina Schools. Spartanburg schools reflect the gracious heritage and strong work ethic of their community – from rural family-owned farms and peach orchards, transformed mill villages, and revitalized small towns to the developing suburbs and vibrant hub city of Spartanburg.
Spartanburg Assessors Property Records Search
With an address the Spartanburg Assessors Property Records Search tool can determine which School District a home is located in. Visit the Assessor Property Records Search Page and search by location address. The first number of the Parcel ID on the property determines the school district.
Transportation Offices in each of the seven school districts can provide more information on zoned school by property address.
Spartanburg County School District One
Spartanburg County School District Two
Spartanburg County School District Three
Spartanburg County School District Four
Spartanburg County School District Five
Spartanburg County School District Six
Spartanburg County School District Seven