Somersworth HS & CTC

June Newsletter

The June Issue - The Final Monthly Issue of the Year

In about two weeks our Seniors will be graduating and our Juniors will be taking their spot as top dog here at Somersworth High School. Although we will miss their presence we are very excited for what the world has in store for them.


When the dust has settled a special edition newsletter will come out with the Senior and Underclassman Award Announcements.

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Top Ten

Congratulations to our Top Ten students in the Class of 2016. From Valedictorian to Number 10 the ranking is as follow:


Valedictorian - Stephanie Lo

Salutatorian - Brittany Whitehouse

Number 3 - Elizabeth Sweeney

Number 4 - Cynthia Liu

Number 4 - Joshua Mawuntu

Number 6 - Jamie Sharpe

Number 7 - Kaitlyn Grant

Number 8 - Angel Brady

Number 9 - Mai Openo

Number 10 - Jokaira German

Number 10 - Dakota Paine


Junior Class Marshals for Graduation this year will be:


Mason Cashman

Mariah Berchulski


Not pictured above: Mai Openo

Frisbie Memorial Art Scholarship

Voting Opens June 1, 2016

Please help us congratulate the three finalists for the Frisbie Memorial Hospital Scholarship. The students artwork will be voted on June 1st through June 5th. Please help support them! Public voting will happen at Frisbie Memorial Hospital. Enter by the main hospital entrance than take a sharp right up the hill. The Conference Center is located on the right on Rochester Hill Road.
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Night At the Pops

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On Saturday, June 4th, the Somersworth Music Department will be putting on their 3rd Night at the Pops!!! We completely transform the high school cafeteria into a ritzy night club, complete with tables, food, and waiters providing drinks for all of our patrons. Each attendee will have the options of various soft drinks, coffee, and water, as well as a large assortment of baked goods and desserts at their tables during the performance. All of our performing ensembles will be there. Chorus, Select Chorus, Jazz Combos, Jazz Band, and Concert Band. We will be playing music from the radio, stage, and screen! Each year we have done this performance, it has been a night to remember!


Don’t miss it! You can reserve a spot at a table. Reservations are $8 for adults and $5 for students in advance. Tickets are also available at the door for $10 and $7. You can purchase tickets from any high school music student. You will also be able to purchase a reservation at the SAU building.


If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. All ages are invited and welcomed!!!

Class of 2019

Class of 2019 will be hosting a car wash on June 11th from 10-2 at Key Auto, on Route 108 in Somersworth.

Student Council

Student council was recognized at the end of the year state conference as a “honor Council”. We were also recognized for an outstanding community program, for the “Winter Clothes Fair”.

Twenty student council members along with many special education students participated in Unified Sports Day on May 27th at Dover High School. Students participated in several activities for the entire day with 4 other local schools. The event was a huge success.

Advanced Placement Testing

Juniors and Seniors alike spent the first two weeks of May participating in AP Testing. We had students taking the following exams: AP Music Theory, AP Statistics, AP Physics 1: Algebra, AP Literature and Composition, AP Calculus AB & AP US History.


Below are some of the AP Calc students having fun after their test.

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Below are the AP Literature students celebrating all their hard work down in Salem, Massachusetts. Mrs. McCauley treated her students to a field trip to Salem to visit both the Custom House (shown above) and the Witch Museum based on their studies this year.
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NH Scholars - Fisher Cats Celebration

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A big shout out to Albany International for sponsoring our transportation to Manchester, NH. Our students were able to enjoy a rainy day watching the Fisher Cats play some baseball.

PROM - May 21, 2016

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On May 17th the high school recreated a mock accident as part of our drug and alcohol awareness program. The model is based on the MADD program Every 15 Minute /Reality Therapy. This year four senior students worked many hours with our Broadcast Technology Teacher, Principal, School Resource Officer and many volunteers to create a film depicting the before party and aftermath of the crash. Click here for the article from Fosters!
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National Police Memorial Week

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Mrs. Wilson's students celebrated Officer Campbell this year for National Police Memorial Week which runs from May 13 - May 15 each year.

AP Literature and Composition

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AP Literature and Composition Students take time out for fun and perform the play The Princess Bride in class-complete with costumes and props! After all the hard work preparing for the exam they were ready for this performance.


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Feyd Barrette and Patrick Cross perform a scene from William Shakespeare's tragedy Romeo and Juliet.


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New Hampshire Level III winner of the 2016 Letters About Literature competition, Kaitlyn Grant (R), is shown with English teacher, Mrs. Joy McCauley (L) at Somersworth High School and Career Technical Center. Kaitlyn received notification of the award along with a check for $100.00 from the New Hampshire Center for the Book. Ms. Grant’s letter was selected from hundreds of letters from the state. Kaitlyn was one of a group of five talented semi-finalists from Somersworth High School and Career Technical Center, according to Mrs. McCauley.


Ann Hoey, a Level III (grades 9-12) NH judge, said that Kaitlyn’s letter to Neil Hilborn “captures both her struggles as well as her connection to the spoken poem. The writer’s voice is honest, and she offers concrete examples of how the poem moved and inspired her.”


Kaitlyn’s letter has been sent to the national 2016 Letters About Literature competition to represent the Granite State. National winners are soon to be announced by The Center for the Book in the Library of Congress. You can look for Kaitlyn Grant’s letter on the website here.


The renovation is underway!

Building Trades - Woodworking I

Mr. Chick's Woodworking I Class is working on making shelters.
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Athletic Schedules

Get the details for your favorite Hilltopper teams!

Congratulation to the following track athletes Emily Francour, Hunter Gosselin, Chance Ennis, and Zach Andrews for making it to NHIAA The Meet of Champions that will be held at Winnacunnet High School on Saturday June 4 at 2:30.

Fall Sports Sign-Up Meetings

June 8th Fall sign-up meeting

Football – RM 110

Volleyball – GYM

Field Hockey – Café

Spirit – Café

Girls Soccer – RM 210 (Health Room)

Boys Soccer - RM 208 (Mr. Carringtons Room)


Coaches/Parents/Athlete night will be on August 8th at 6pm.

Football – Lecture Hall

Volleyball – Gym

Spirit – Café

Boys Soccer – Library

Girls Soccer – Café

Field Hockey- Gym


Our new websites url will be….. www.somersworthhilltoppers.com

You will find all of your schedules on this website, rosters, practices, team pages….etc….all announcements. It will be live June 1st!

Official Somersworth High Lip Dub 2013