Since the town of Piedmont straddles both Anderson and Greenville counties, students are able to attend schools in both counties. For elementary and primary education, students may attend Spearman and Wren elementary schools in Anderson County School District One, or Grove and Sue Cleveland elementary in Greenville County. For middle and high school, students may choose to attend Wren Middle School and Wren High School in Anderson County School District One, or Woodmont Middle School and Woodmont High School in Greenville County. Several private schools can be found in both counties for students who are looking to learn in a faith-based setting.
Colleges and Universities
Students have many choices when it comes to finding the right college, university, or technical school. Anderson County is home to Anderson University, Forrest Junior College, and Tri-County Technical College. Greenville County is home to Bob Jones University, Brown Mackie College, ECPI College of Technology, Furman College, Strayer University, University Center of Greenville, University of South Carolina Upstate, Virginia College, and Webster University.
Recreation in Anderson and Greenville counties
Anderson County has plenty of recreational activities and events that keep Piedmont residents busy throughout the year. Whether you happen to be the next Tiger Woods or are just getting in to the game, Piedmont is within proximity from Piedmont Golf Course, Bonnie Brae Golf Course, and Hejaz Shrine Country Club. Sports fanatics will have a lot to cheer about with the Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Bobcats, Furman Athletics, Clemson Athletics, and USC Gamecocks playing just steps from their community.
The Greenville County Recreation District manages and runs over 53 parks, 7 community centers, 3 waterparks, an ice rink, inline skating rink, camp and retreat center, and a 10-mile rail-trail greenway. As part of a highly active community, residents of Piedmont enjoy spending as much time outdoors with popular pastimes including fishing, boating, swimming, jogging, hiking and biking. The county’s Recreation District also runs a variety of classes and programs for the county’s youth and adult population, such as sports leagues, senior programs, summer and day camps, after-school programs, and programs specially designed for those with special needs.
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