Resource Program: Panther TRACK

The HPCS Panther TRACK Resource Program 

The Panther Track Resource Program is divided into five main sections Tutorial instruction, Remedial instruction, Academic coaching, Counseling, and Kinesthetic development

Tutorial instruction

  • Afterschool
  • Currently referred out: please email for recommendations as needed.
  • Homework help and brain-building games offered in the Resource Classroom (C-101) on Mondays and Thursdays from 3:15-4:15. Students not picked up at 4:15 will go to late stay.

Remedial instruction

  • 2 – 4 sessions per week
  • During afternoon for kindergarten students (K4-K5)
  • During related arts for lower school (1st – 6th)
  • During an elective class for upper school (7th – 12th)
  • Psychoeducational testing required for grades 4th through 12th and strongly encouraged for kindergarten through 3rd.
  • An individualized learning plan with specific goals and objectives will be created.
  • Primarily for students with a diagnosed disability that impacts academics

Academic coaching

  • 1 – 2 sessions per week
  • Serviced in the general educational classroom
  • Psychoeducational encouraged but not required
  • Primarily for attention, organization, behavior, and applied learning strategies


  • Currently referred out: please email michellegrover[at] for recommendations as needed.

Kinesthetic development

  • Occupational therapists from Advanced Therapy Solutions have a contract with HPCS to provide services on campus
  • Other therapists (including speech and behavioral therapists) are welcome to work out arrangements if they have a current HPCS student as their client.


TRACK Resource Program Enrollment Checklist:

  1. Enroll at HPCS
  2. Recommendation from a classroom teacher or other professional
  3. Initial consultation with HPCS resource director
  4. Medical exam (speech, hearing, vision and/or attention and/or other health impairment)
  5. Psychoeducational testing (comprehensive battery of tests to determine an academic and/or emotional disability)
  6. Deliver a copy of all testing with diagnosis to HPCS School Office, Attn: Resource Director
  7. TRACK Meet: Scheduled by Resource Director
  8. Officially enroll student in TRACK Resource Program

Note: For academic coaching, steps 4-6 may be skipped.

Recommendations for Psychoeducational Testing:

  • Lowder Group | | 864.239.4110 | 127 W. Antrim Drive, Greenville, SC 29607
  • Clarity | | 864.331.1400 | 29 N. Academy Street, Greenville, SC 29601
  • Greenville Assessment and Learning Services (Anna Hunt) | 864.569.7768 | | 420 E. Park Avenue, Suite 304, Greenville, SC 29601
  • Greenville County Child Find | Intake (Stephanie Snow) | 864.331.1311

Recommendations for Youth Counseling:

  • Lowder Group | | 864.239.4110 | 127 W. Antrim Drive, Greenville, SC 29607
  • Lauren Burkett | 301.992.1677 | | Greer, SC


Kinesthetic development referral options

These are names that have been recommended.

HPCS will work to allow therapists to service students on campus if they are willing to complete a background check and child safety training. Please have your selected therapist (even if not on this list) contact HPCS’s resource director directly by emailing michellegrover[at]


Advanced Therapy Solutions

  • HPCS already has a contract with them!
  • Nikki Tench: 679-8606


Center for Developmental Services

  • Vision, speech, and hearing testing
  • Rachel Redding (intake and scheduling office): 331-1302 or 331-1420
  • CDS, 29 North Academy Street, Greenville, SC 29601


Fundamental Connections

South Carolina Scottish Rite Center for Childhood Language Disorders

  • John I. Smith Center, 817 Cleveland Street (P.O. Box 5776), Greenville, SC 29607
  • Patty Waldrop (Coordinator of Services): 232-1673

Private speech instruction (summer only):

  • Hannah Benge (BJU professor): 888-7657


Agapi Behavioral Consultants for ABA Therapy

Need help finding OTHER RESOURCES?

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