Membership in the Greenville High Red Raider Sports Booster Club is available to parents, students, faculty, alumni and anyone in the community who is interested in supporting Greenville High athletics. There are a variety of membership levels and benefits, including the Student Membership, which is recommended at a minimum for every student. The $40 Student Membership entitles the student to free admission to every GHS regular season home game over the entire school year.

We also welcome your volunteer support. We have a wide range of opportunities available and invite you to get involved. If you would like further information as to how you can get involved, please feel free to contact us at

Join the Team - Behind the Team

There are many ways to get involved. Whether it’s volunteering to help with a single event or becoming a parent representative for your students athletic team, when you become an active member of the GHS All-Sports Booster Club you’ll be helping our student athletes by improving the quality of their athletic experience. Participation is also a fun way to meet other GHS parents and members of the Red Raider Community who also support Greenville High School.

By Mail (for the old school):

  1. Download the 2016-17 GHS Booster Club Membership Brochure
  2. Choose your Membership level and completely fill out the form.
  3. Make your check payable to "Greenville High Booster Club"
  4. Return application and check by mail or to any Booster Club Officer.

Greenville High Booster Club

c/o Alison Pitts

230 Riverside Drive, Greenville, SC 29605

Online (for the new school):

  1. Click Here to pay through PayPal or Credit Card

Membership questions? Please contact Alison Pitts at or mail your membership check to: Alison Pitts, GHS Booster Club Membership Chair 230 Riverside Drive, Greenville, SC 29605. You are also welcome to attend our monthly meetings, usually held the second Monday of every of the month at 6pm in the press box at Sirrine Stadium. Watch your Booster Club Weekly e-Blast for details. Meetings are open to the public.