Muscle Shoals High

March 11, 2019

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The MSHS Chorus presents Hamilton, a concert series, on Monday, March 18 at 7PM in the MSHS-Stratford Auditorium. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for ages 5 and under!

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Muscle Shoals High School students who have helped with flood cleanup are to be commended.

Ms. Holt's students put on a physics fair for McBride Trojans on March 5th! #TakeChances for students!

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Special Olympians from MSHS made us proud at the annual event at JFM Stadium on Friday, March 1.

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The MSHS Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble both received all superior ratings at last week's MPA (Music Performance Assessment). Congratulations!

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Spring sports are in full swing!

Come out and support the Trojans in the six different sports that compete in the spring!

Go Trojan Tennis!

Tennis will play in Decatur in the Austin Tennis Tournament this weekend against 16 of the top teams in the state.

Both teams are currently undefeated and are 3-0 in section play. We have a home match today (Monday, 3/11) against section rival, the Decatur Red Raiders.

Trojans fall short in Final Four

The Varsity Trojan basketball team fell short in the Final Four at the BJCC on February 27th, but the team truly had an outstanding season! Congratulations to Coach Barker and the team for another great year of basketball. The team made it to the Final Four for the second time in four years! #GoTrojans
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Artistic Renderings of Youth

The Artistic Renderings of Youth Reception is March 14th from 5:30 to 6:30.

Artwork for 16 different area High Schools and Middle Schools will be represented. This year's ribbon winners from Muscle Shoals High School include...

1) Grayson Moye-11th grade took 2 ribbons for MSHS. For the second straight year, Grayson received both the First Place Ribbon at the high school level and also the Ronnie Riner Drawing Award

2) Emma Trawick- 9th grade took first place for her computer generated art for MSHS at the 9th & 10th grade level.

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Last day to purchase yearbooks for 2018-2019 is April 19, 2019. Cost is $75. May be purchased online at or you may send a check to school.

Senior Personal ads need to be turned in no later than April 30, 2019. Please see online form and printable form at the links below:

Google Form:

Printable form:

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ACT Review Sessions will be offered prior to the April 13th test date (Saturday) and the April 24th test date (Wednesday). The sessions that will be offered are:

  • Math, April 4, 6:00-8:00 PM
  • Language & Reading, April 9, 6:00-8:00 PM
  • Language & Science Reasoning, April 11, 6:00-8:00 PM

The cost is $30 for one session, $50 for two sessions, or $75 for three sessions. Checks should be made payable to MSHS. You may sign up and pay for the sessions in the guidance office. The deadline to sign up AND pay for the review sessions is Thursday, March 21 by 3:30 PM (no exceptions). You may sign up and pay in the guidance office.

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Monday, March 11: Tennis vs. Decatur (Home), Soccer vs. Hartselle (Away)
Tuesday, March 12: Tennis vs. Mae Jemison (Away), Baseball vs. Hamilton (Home)
Wednesday, March 13: NWSCC Experience Day for Seniors

Thursday, March 14: REPORT CARDS, Track @ Florence, Tennis vs. Hartselle (Away), Softball vs. Lawrence County (Away), Baseball vs. Columbia (Away), Soccer vs. Columbia (Home)

Friday, March 15: Tennis at Austin Tournament, Softball at Haleyville Tournament, Show Choir presents Hamilton


Report cards will be distributed on Thursday, March 14

Congrats to the Anchor Club!

MSHS Anchor Club won Honorable Mention for Service Project Award for the state of Alabama!
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Our CNP Staff planned some special fun and games for last Thursday's emphasis on school breakfast!

Thank You, Students & Teachers!

Thank you for making last week's School Breakfast Week a huge success!
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March 25-29, 2019 - - SPRING BREAK - - NO SCHOOL

Our daily PA announcements are always available to you at the following school website link:

Dr. Chad Holden, Principal

Common Sense Media Certified Educator