Saints Spotlight

Jan/Feb 2022

From the Principal's Desk

SCHS Begins the 2nd Semester, January 24th!

I am very proud of the active instruction provided by our teachers and the level of engagement of our students.

The first semester has been challenging. All of us returned to full days of instruction, an increased amount of course content being taught, and higher expectations for student performance. This semester has been one of growth.

As we complete student exams and transition to the 2nd Semester I ask all families to please:

- Regularly, talk to your student about schoolwork and upcoming events

- Expect your student to show you how each classroom works, giving you access to web pages, Google Classroom, Blackboard, and Skyward.

- Help your student remain healthy by following good hygiene in school and at home.

- Encourage your student to drink water throughout the day, eat balanced meals (school breakfast and lunch continue to be free for all students), and to turn off electronic devices before going to bed.

- Establish routines and expectations for completing schoolwork during the school day, using the student center at the end of the day, or immediately upon arriving at your home.

- Insist that your student, when they have questions or need clarification, reach out to their teachers/counselors during class time or before the end of the school day. By addressing concerns in a timely manner most anxiety and frustration can be eliminated.

Looking out to the upcoming semester, please consider these items:

-SCHS Doors open at 7:15am - see map below

-Class begins at 7:26am - see clock schedule below

-Free breakfast and lunch available to all students

-Little Shop of Horrors, The SCHS Musical will be presented February 10th-12th

-Mid Winter Break/ Wellness Weekend is February 18th – 21st

-Spring Break is March 28-April 6

-Spring State Testing:

April 13, 2022 - 11th Gr. SAT

April 14, 2022 - 11th Gr. WorkKeys; 10th Gr. PSAT10; 9th Gr. PSAT 9

Please take a moment to look at links to school information and events, a few photos from the first semester, and to review important items related to the second semester.

If you have questions, please contact your Counselor, Mr. Rutledge, or me, by email. One of us will respond to you.


Ronald C. Miller, Principal

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SCHS Welcomes Three New Teachers!

1st Semester Classroom Photos

SCHS 2021 Homecoming

SCHS Supports Oxford Schools

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School Day Student Drop Off

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TEC Non Traditional School Day Adjusted Schedule - see below

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All Tickets Bought Through GoFAN

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ECSD 2021 - 2022 School Calendar

Spring 2021 Test Results Released to Students

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How to Access Your Student's Test Scores

PSAT 8/9 and SAT scores from the April testing have been released and are now available on your student's College Board account. To view these scores, have your student log in to their account at

If your student is not able to log into the account, please contact your student's counselor.

Students should NOT create a second account. A second account will interfere with future test score data.

Family Meal Support Information

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The 2021 Fall BWCAN Webinar Series is back and featuring new career and college programs for the Class of 2021, skilled trades and nursing career panels, and the first-ever live, virtual FAFSA Night!

The Webinar series kicks off at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 30 with ‘Senior Year Planning.' Students can register by scanning the QR Code on the flyer below or visiting

Special Webinar Series Notes:

  1. Webinars are free, virtual, and open to all high school students and families unless specified otherwise.
  2. The 'Senior Year Planning' Webinar is for 12th grade students and families ONLY.
  3. The Live FAFSA Night is for Parents Only. There will NOT be a scholarship drawing that evening.
  4. There will be 3 - $500 Scholarships raffled awarded to an 11th or 12th grade St. Clair County student in attendance at the 'Senior Year Planning', 'Trades & Apprenticeships', and 'Nursing Career' webinars.

Nick Beaudry

Supervisor of Career & College Programs, St. Clair County RESA


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Congratulations to Marine City High School and St. Clair High School for being identified as Top High Schools in the Nation by the US News & World Report.

Marine City High School is ranked #3,542 in the National Rankings and St. Clair High School is ranked #3,579 in the National Rankings. Schools are ranked on their performance on state-required tests, graduation rates and how well they prepare students for college. Read more about how we rank the Best High Schools.

School Life is What You Make of It - Get Involved!


SCHS practices safety every day.

> Entrance doors and classroom doors are locked every day and checked throughout the day

> Guests enter via front door check-in system

> Communication plans are established to respond to a variety of emergencies

> Students and Staff participate in discussions and drills to create preparedness

> Safety is also found in the creation of a safe, academically challenging school environment

> Student Activities engage all students with a variety of events

> Safety & Security Presentation