(WSPA)— This is the first year in Greenville County where ninth graders at Mauldin High will be allowed to attend career centers.
The district wants these students to be prepared for life after graduation.
Greenville county is introducing its Fiber Arts Program for high school students.
The two-year program teaches students how to make fabrics and transform material that’s already produced.
Superintendent Dr. Burke Royster, says “we want our students to leave us with already having the opportunity to earn college credit or to earn certification in a specific vocational or technical area, so we want them to graduate plus.