Spartanburg County School District Four is located in the town of Woodruff, South Carolina, which is the southern part of Spartanburg County. The area is between I-26 and I-85 with easy access to the cities of Spartanburg and Greenville. The city of Woodruff has a population of approximately 4,000 residents. District Four encompasses the largest geographic area of the seven Spartanburg County school districts, as it spans from Greenville County to Laurens and Union Counties.
Spartanburg District Four has a student population of approximately 3,000 students and serves families within the town limits of Woodruff, as well as the surrounding rural communities of Cross Anchor, Enoree, Switzer, Green Pond, and Crescent. District Four is comprised of four schools with all students within designated grade bands attending the same school. This unique structure is referred to as a single attendance zone school district.
Children begin preschool together and progress through each of the schools as classmates. They graduate with strong bonds and a sense of family. Woodruff Primary School serves approximately 900 students in PreK through 2nd grade. Woodruff Elementary School (3rd – 5th Grades) and Woodruff Middle School (6th – 8th Grades) serve approximately 600 students each. Woodruff High School serves approximately 800 students in 9th – 12th grades.
Spartanburg District Four is accredited by Advanced and the SC Department of Education. District Four is consistently recognized for its high achievement on a variety of measures. It is able to achieve outstanding results while maintaining one of the lowest per pupil expenditures in South Carolina. These results are due to the strong parental and community support, outstanding staff, and high expectations for all students.